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Man-O'-V/ar's Man, The. 1880 

Old Log Cabin, The. 1875 

Old Sexton, The. 

Once Again. 

Only a Dream of Home. 1878 

On the Road to Mandalay. 1898 

Past and Future. 1891 

Put On Your Old Grey Bonnet. 1909 

Rose-Bush, The. 1859 

Sailor Boy's Farewell, The. 

Say Once Again I Love You. 

Secret Love. 1866 

See That My Grave's Kept Green. 1876 

Silver Threads Among the Gold. 1873 

Spider and the Fly, The. 1847 

Star Spangled Banner, The. 1861 

Still as the ITight. 

Tenting on the Old Camp Ground. 1864 

Three Bells, The. 1882 

Three Fishers went Sailing. 

Thy Sentinel Am 11 

Tit for Tat. 

Tramp I Tramp l Tramp I 1864 

Viva L'America. 1859 



Waiting! 1871 

What Need Have I the Truth to Tell. 1870 

V/hen Johnny Comes Marching Home. 1863 

When the Tide Comes Inl 1873 

Vi/hlle Thus Around Joy Hovers. 1850 

V/hlp-Poor-Wlll's Song. 1865 

Yankee Doodle. 1859 



Abide with Me. 

Dove of Peace, The. 1882 

Eventide. 1896 

Holy City, The. 1892 

King of Love my Shepherd Is, The. 

My God and Father, V/hile I Stray. 1884 

Not Ashamed of Christ. 1880 

One sweetly Solemn Thought. 

Peace, Troubled Soul. 1869 

Resurrection, The. 1880 

Three Calls, The. 1858 



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Spider and the Fly, The. 

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i^lle Thus Around Joy Hovers. 

1859 

Rose-Bush, The. 
Viva L 'America. 
Yankee Doodle. 

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Star Spangled Banner, The. 

1863 

V/hen Johnny Comes Marching Home. 

1864 

Tenting on the Old Camp Ground. 
Tramp'. Tramp'. Tramp'. 

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Vi/hip-Poor-Wlll ' s Song. 

1866 

Secret Love. 

1870 

\¥hat Need Have I the Truth to Tell, 



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Waiting! 

1873 

Silver Threads Among the Gold. 
V/hen the Tide Comes Inl 

1875 

Old Log Catln, The. 

1876 

See That My Grave's Kept Green. 

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Only a Dream of Home. 

1880 

Man-O'-V/ar's Man, The. 

1882 

Three Bells, The. 

1891 

Past and Future. 

1898 

On the Road to Man da lay. 
1909 

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Old Sexton, The. 

Once Again. 

Sailor Boy's Farewell, The. 

Say Once Again I Love You. 

Still as the Night. 

Three Fishers '.'/ent Sailing. 

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Three Calls, The. 

1869 

Peace, Troubled Soul. 

1880 

Not Ashamed of Christ. 
Resurrection, The. 

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Dove of Peace, The. 

1884 

My God and Father, vVhlle I Stray. 

1892 

Holy City, The. 

1896 

Eventide. 

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Abide v/ith Me 

King of Love my Shepherd Is, The. 

One Sv;eetly Solemn Thought. 




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THE OLD BACHELOR. Arthur W. Marchant. Price 40 cents. 






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On the Road to Mandalay. 



Wordsbj El DVAKD KIPLING. 

Moderato: femjm lOinoilo. 



A BarracK-Room Ballad. 

Music Revised and Adapted by HENRY TRETANNION. 




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l^X I am sick o' wast - in' leath-er on these grit - ty pay - in'-stones. An' the 
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"1 can forgive, but not forget!' 

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NEW MUSIC FOR PIANO SOLO. 

PUBLISHED BY G. SCHIRMER, )<; UNION SQUARE, NEW YORK. 



BARTI^TT, H. N., Op. 96. 

No. I. Medllatioo. . 
9. A Ixtvc Sonj- 



■4 Songs without Words : 



107. Two Album L<«v«s: 

No. I The ZtphfT 

" a. HarteqtiiD, 

BADSANIV, PRBD. C, Op. 5- ^t^de mfclodique 
ta D. - . . . . 

BBBTHOTBK, L. v., > BagAi«lU« from Op. 3$ «&d- 

gtTtrli : No. I in Et> No. a in C, each, . 



IBIUC, FRC., Gipsy Sercoadc. (ZigeuD«r-Stftnd<dieiL) 
— MeiD Iicbet Schwcixeriand. (My deaj- Switserlaad.) 



Fingered, 

MinoDDct __ , - t 

Zftpfayrs df Mai. (May Breetet.) FiDgered, 



MinoDDctte. (Darling.) Fingered, 

Z#pki] ----- 

BBBTOFT. FR., La Dudieue. Gavotte. (Fmgaed), . 60 
— — MooDUgbtOD the Rigl. (Mondnacbt am KigC) laf\. 

(Fingered) 60 

BIXBT, GEORGES. Two Minuets from the Suite 
"L'Arlisiennc' (Fingered) No. i in CmJBor ; No. a In 
Ebmajnr. each • • 50 



_Iy CARL, DanciniC Spinu. (Tans-Gaiatarahn.) 

Fhtgcred. 

^^FarewfU to the Alps. (Der Sennerin Abschtcd von det 

Aim ) Fingered 

~*»tD Switxerland. (Vor der Sennhlitte.) Mountain 

Idyl. (Fingered) 

-'— LJnle Sweetheart. (Enfant ch6ri) Fingered, 

-^— The MAiden % Dream. (Traum einer Jungfrau.) Fan- 

Uile. (Fingered) 

-^— Maturka-ImproiDptu. ( Uebes orakel.) Fingered, « 

BBI8TOW, GEO. F., Op 51. M arch e- Caprice, Afy. . 

BiyROEI>, CONST., Cradle Song. New Ed. (Ffngerwl), 

CHII«DREN*S DANCE ALBUU (THE). 6 Very 
easy Dances. (Xizidarfartan SerlM Ko. 2.) act, 

DATIDOFF, CARL, At the Fountain; for CoUo and 
Ptano. Tranicr. by Max Vogricb 

DSIilBBS, Ll^O, Pu dec Fleurs, Waltc from the BaUtt 
' Satla r (Ftngercdl, 



•^— Paaaeplad. hom the Opera " Lt Jioi s ammt' (Fiog.] 
^— Vaba Uotc, from (he Ballet ■ Ccf^ha.' (Finsend] 
— 'VaUe 49 ta Poup*e. from the Ballet " Copfiliar (Flag. 

BHRLICH, GUSTAT. Barcarole, G. (Fiag«r«l). 

FATARGER. RENI^, Fatat. dc Gounod. FaotalM. 

(Fingered) 



FRANKO, SAM, Album Leaf (FeuiUe d'Album.) Flog. 
GADE, NIBLS, W., A Chriitmat Tree. March, 

(Without Octav«j), ..... 



GIBSE, TH., 0|> 160. No. 6. Marche id F., 

OILLBT, BRNBST, Entr acte-Gavotte, D. (Ffagwad), 

— — Sdrtnade-linpromptu. (Fingered). 

Sour I Ombrage. (In the Shadow ) Fingered, . 

GODARD, BENJ.,Op 74. sme Maaurka. E(>. (FtagO 

Op. 85. At) kouci (At the Spinning Wlie^.) Vfaig. 

-— Bn Courant (Fingered). .... 

— Valte chromatique. G. (sme Valse.) Fiagvrad, 

OOBTSCHIU8, PERCY, A Series of Coadic Finger 
Exercises, ........ 



OBBGH, LOLIS, Op 13. Pastoralla. (Flnffved), 
^— Capncc t;a\.i!tc. Ho (Fingered), 
——The Mocking Bird. A Creole Souvenir, 

BACKH, OTTO, Op. 43. Oreolc. ValM briO, . 

HANT>ROCK, JUL., Sonatina in D. . 

WWUBIiT. ADOLFHE, Rhapsodic, Fia. (Ptafwed), 

B1T&, PRANZ, loveux Moulin. (The Hrely MUl. 

Souvenir champetrc (Fingered), 

■OFHANN. HEINRICU, Op. 46. Lcavei from my 
Dtary. (Aus meinem Tagebucfa.) is Compositions: 
Book I. Over the Waters TheUtMFarewvU Alonf 
the Brook Under the Vmage UndM-tree, 
" ». Discourse. HunUnr-Soaae. TbeNlgkdi 
gale ii^gs. Rustic Daaoe, 
3. Parung Snowftakas. In ike Foreat Ian, 
Rovin{ Birds 

■OLLABNDRR.TICTOR, FalMa. OaveMa. (Ffec-) 

JAJ>AMOHN,a.,0p. 93. 6 Charaei«%»ilt PteeM 

No. 1. Maiurka. B> 

" a, Cansonettc. Ai> 

' " ]. Spnag Song. B 

" 4. SWUaaa. E 

•• 5 S»ar Leaf. K 

6. Noelvraa, P» 

•-^■^>f ntc Sereaade, e«ie4 Hr Man Ye^lih : 

Ne. 1. lairata 

a. 9Mttano, 

•■ 3. Notfemo 

" 4. Blsgle. ..... 

naaee and RoaAs ^baAe, 



JABU| AU^RBD, > TrmaaenpiMM 
tta. I Tbe last k >«« ol 8«MMar. 
*" a. Casta ibro the Rya. 



Z 00 
35 

»5 
35 

35 
95 

% 

75 
75 



50 

50 

50 

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75 

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35 



JUNGMANN, A., In the Forge. (In der Schmiede.) 

Fingered. . - . . 

KLBIlf , B. CECIL, La Graciosa. Morceau de Salon 
-^Marietta. Romance. 

A Nosegay for yoang Pianists. SU Pieces 

No. 1. Violet, in F 

" a. Caraatlon Pink. In G, . 

" 3. Daisy, in G 

" 4. Mignonette (Mazurka), in Am. 
*• 5. Pansy (Valse). in B7, . 
" 6 Forget-me-not, in D. . 

ABmm mtiodique. 6 Characteristic Keoes 

No. I. The Orphan, in Dm., . 
*• 2. Good Humor, in F, 
" 3. A jolly Sailor Boy. in C. 
" 4. FYom the black Forest, In C, 
" 5. The little Drummer, in G. . 
" 6. In the silent Forest, in Bb. 
.^•—Twelve Pieces for little Hands: 

No. I. Child s Dream, in F, . 
" a. Skating, in G, ... 

" 3. Sans-souci (a la Gavotte), in F, 
" 4. Tyrolian Serenade, in C, 



■■: I: 



Huoffari.in. in Dm., 
The Tittle Beggar, in Am., 
7. Morning Walk, in F, 
(. The little Coquette, in G, 
9. Far from Home, in F, . 

10. Greeting from Spain, in C. 

11. The Ballet Danixr, In F, 
l«. Oood*b]re, in D. . 



KONT8KI, ANT. 

(Fingvrcd). 



de, Drcara of Lot«. MMltation 



LACK, THEODORE, Pendant la Valae. 

(Fingered) 

Vala.'Ajabetque, Et>. (Fingered), 

The Wateraymph. Barcarolle. (Fingand), 



Caprice. 



LAMBERT, AI.EX., Op. 4, No. 3. 

Gourrte, C. (Flngertd), 



Btnde, Q. (Flng. 



»o js 

6S 
50 

3S 

as 

35 
35 

3S 
3S 

40 
40 

40 

S5 

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H 

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SS 

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«s 

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3S 

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3S 



LARGE, GUSTAT, Oj 

asunder. (Wenn sicl 

Op. 379. On the Flowery Alp 

ago. A Dar in Switxerland 
Schweii) Idyl (Fingered), . 



Up. tiff. When two Hearta dliil 

ich cwei Herren schdden.) (Flng.), 

(Auf der Blflodi-Alp.) 

(Ein Tag In der 



LICHNBR, H., Op \ Little Leaves and Utile Flow- 
en. A Set of easy Piec«s. (A short Story. On the 
Playground. Recreation at Home. The Dancing- 
L«uoR. The merry Rider. The Parade.) Fhlg., 

LISST, PRANZ, Die Loreley. (Fingered), . 

LOE8CHHORN, A., Op. i^. Modem Schoolof Veloc- 
ity. 33 Studies for attaining Strength. Independence 
anoDeaterity of Fingers. Annoutea and revised by 
A. R. Parsons. 3 Boolts, each, 

LdW, JOS., Op. isa, No 6 Bndal Chorus, from Wag- 
ner's " ^aMtprlH.' (Fingered), 



LUBBBRT, eUSTAT H.,Op i3. ReeoUedtons of the 

Ball Waits Rondo, . ' . 

Op 38. Maiden Meditation. Idyl, . . . . 

Op. 40. By the Sea. Nocturne, 



Op 40 Bt 

Op. 45- Kfelodious Surges. Maaurka. 

HAX80N, FREDERICK, Op. 7. Innoonca, . 40 

MAYER, CHARLES, A Froli 50 

MENDELSSOHN, F., A Fragmant, Ao. Arr. by C. A. 

Caspar. (Fingered), 50 

MORLEY,FRBD.,BluaBells. (OiodaotilamaD.) IdyL 30 
Echoes from Home. (Aus der HdnuUli.) TyroUsDlia. 90 

NICODE, J. L.,Op. 13, No. t. TarantaUa, Gtm. (Flng.) 7s 

NORTHRUP, THEO. H., Op. 109. From Fonign 
Putt Su Sketches : 
No. 1. Spanish Danxa in Eo, . 
*' a. Habanera in f^min.. , 
" 3 Romansaio Flfaun., 
** 4. Danza Mexicans in B^, 
*' 5. Spanish Dan^ in Cnun., 



Dansa Monteatuniana In O, 

OB8TBN, TH., Op 38a No a. BrMal Chonia, frtm 

Wagner's "/^A#vrM.' (Fingcnd) 55 

PADBRBWSKI, J. J., Op. 8, No. 3. Malodie, B, air. 30 

PARSONS, E. A., MandoliDe Serenade. Musette, to 

Rhythmical Exercises for Shoulder, Foreann, WrMt aad 

Fingers. Introductory to the Mattnmlt »f BUmnmiat^ 
PiancfrrU Initmttiim of Th. KnBak, . . . 1 ae 

PIERNi, GABRIEL, Sarasada, A|>. (Vlagan^, ^ 

RAFF, JOACHIM, Op. tsi. No. s. La graade Scioa da 
Mancemlher de /'y^iisa * i/,de fcriyeebaeir. flkiiliiiiaa 
(Fingered) 1 jg 

RITTBR, THEO., Le Towbttloa. (WkMwi^.) Is- 

pcxxuMu {Fing«r«4 : 
a) E<M>oii da Coocat, 



Sakia, 



RO«ENBAIN, J., Aadaale aad ASagra (RmmI<4, E». 
(Fingered), 

ROVBIER, H., Marche des Troubadours. (Tiagata4, 

SAINT-SAENI, C, s Tranieriptions sur: " Fmmit" in 
Gounod. (Fingered): 

No I. Kennesse ; No. 3. Valse, each, , . 1 co 

SALOM^, TU., CantiMse for Organ. TraaaatptioB by 
1 Wnbdm Melalar, 31 



SCHARWENKA, PH., Op. jj. "DIverliaiaad. " la 
Short melodious Pieces : 
Book I. Allegretto graiioso (Gm ). TempodlMte» 
etto (D ). Rlsoloto (F) . Tempo dl Vake 

" a. AUegretlo grasioso (A) AndiuiUno coi " 

molo (C:) Mod«ra»o(F). Laato (D«n 11 
" 3. Andantino eon moto (Aj). Viiace (E), " 

■CHARWENKA, X., Op. it. Menuat, tb (Flag.), 

SCHILLING, FRED., The Wilhalmlna-Sdiottisoh, 

SOBCBERT, FRANZ, Op j 

Pieces. Revised with Engd 

Parsons 

—impromptus and Moments muliaals, «3ilad by Fli' 
Uart (Cotu Edition) : 

lUPROMPTUt ; 
Op. 9(3^ No. I. Allegro molto aodvalo, C, 

" a. Allegro. &, 

*' 3. Andante, G 

" 4. Allegretto, A^, . . . . 
Op.i4a,No. I. Allegro moderalo, Fm.. 



Traaiiatlon by A R. 



Allegrello. AS, 

Andante con Varlasiotu, &(>, 

Allegro scherxando, Fm., 

MOMBNTS MUilCAU . 



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a. Andantino, Ab, 

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Moaerato, Otm^ 50 

Allegro virace, Fm. u 

Allegretto, A)) ^ 



SCRCLTZB, CLBMEN8, Am Spinnr«dehen. (At the 

Spinning Wh«l.) Fingered, jo 

SCHUMANN, ROB., Wiegenlied. (CradleSong.) Flng. 

8CHTTTE, LUDWIG,Op. S9. Rhapsodic norv4giesne i >| 
Berceuse, G, . . af 

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SHBLLEY, H. R., Evening Prayer. Romaace, Iransor. 
March of the Centuries, 



8HBPPEHD, FRANK N., "Anita.- Oarotle. . to 

SILAS, E., Op. 103, No. I. Gavotte, Am. (Fingered), So 

8IL8BT, 8., Valsebrillante, Bt>, 9° 

SMITH, GERRIT, Aquarelles. 8 Piano Sketches aad 8 

Songs, net, I >| 

SMITH, SYDNEY, Op. 187. " Ri^tui." de R. Wagner. 

Or. Fanlaisle ' "> 

SPINDLER, FRITZ, Op. 349. Hedge Roses. (H.okm- 
lOsehen ) 3 Tone-pictures, fingered; No. I, l« r; 
No a, m G No. 3, m C, each, 

8TREABB06, L., ■■ Famt" de Ch. Gounod. FanlaJ- 
sie facile- (Fingered) 

TAUSIG, CARL, LEsp«rance 

TEMPEST, ROB., Polka de Saloo, Gti. (Flngerad), . 

THIERE, CH. LE, Andahicia. Spanish Walts, 

THOMI^, FRANCIS, Op. 83. Impromptu-PoUu, A. 

Op"irChanson de Mai. (Finwed), • 

Op. 80. Menuel de U Marifc. (Ftogarad), 

BabilUige (Fingered) 

Sdr«nai dArieqoU. (FingaradJ, 

TOURS, B., A UttleStory, A. (Pngeted), 
TSCHAJSOWSKT, P., Op. a, No. 3 Chant sans 

Paroles, F. (Fingerwl), 
TCRPIN, HENRY B., T«inical Exercises, ^ nst. 

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J Masurkas : So. t In r, 

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Sarabande in Dm., 
Courante, b C 

Pavane, "f 9' ... ' 

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Miouetto, In F. 



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PcJonaise, in E?>, • • 
Gavotte roodcraa. m C, 
Polka, in Eb, ■ 
Cachncha, in D, . 
LXndler, la D. . . 
Scotch Reel, Is Efr, 
Csirdis. In F, 
Tsranl.Ua, In G, . . 
Masurka,li> D, 
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Love In a BloMom fair, {LUb Ut fin BiUtitiein.) Sop. or Alto, each, 85 

Wbere'er I go, Ujou goeat, (WofUn tch gth\ gthsl du mil mir.) 

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BofTJiarau. (Aeiuicheti von 'J harau.) Popular Song, 30 

USI, L.., II Bacio, (the Kiss,) Arietta, D.. 76 

L'KnUsy, (BcBliwy.) Valsc. Sop., 75 

L'Orologlo, (llie Clock.) Scherzo, . 76 

L'Urfanella. (Lllile Urplian.) Arietta, 40 

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French words, (BUng by Carlolla Pattl.) 40 

— Premier Jour de Bonbeur Les Djias-Melodie. ('* Ah I nigbt'a 

shadows,") A»', 85 

!h, Joliu aeb., My Heart ever faltiirul, {Mein glAidAg Herz,) 4U 

Ua, ItUllfl, Cecchluu. (I pass love's happy hour.) Cauxooetla Napo- 

I'Uua 60 

— L'FjiUisI d*Amore. (Ecstacy of Love.) Scherzo-Valse, 50 

re, ill. W., The sweet OuiUr. Bolero 40 

— If tbou couldal know, (til tu aavals,) Tenor or Sop. In C 50 

— do. do. Mezfo Sop, in Bb, 60 

— Tu m'aml ab si I (Then yoi: 'I remember me.) English and Italian, 36 

— Oil I laJte me to thy Henri a^n i. Sung, 80 

iCk, <7arl, Lullaby. iWieytiiU .\ English and German, .....!.. 85 

— The Brunk by llie Mill. (DfT A dbach.) English and German, , . 86 

— The Lark Id Spring, (Die Fi-uhliiu^Uirche.) Engl'sh and Oerman,. 50 

tMCll, Ferd., With You I Song,. 85 

KlOrd, %V, K., " "Via all for Tbee.'* Song, 40 

— hevermore. Song, 60 

— Sigh I thou Wind, 50 

lul, Ah, noo f.redea, (Alasl for Thee !) G minor, Soonambula,. , .. . .' 3o 

— Ah, non ftunge, ( Ah I don't mingle,) do. In G,. , 40 

atlioover, i>,, Tlie Rose. Song, 85 

dtilurl, Aug., Til for tat. (Perche oggl noo i; ten ) Song, 50 

editl, J ulcii. He Klvetli hU belovfd sleep. 8a^.. v'd Song,. . 85 

At, F., I-a Llselle di- Berauner. K.jiuance,.. 85 

re, Ferd., Loin de Tol I (Par from Thee.) French and Engltab, 85 

ncl»l, K., 'Twill I.e. (Saitl!) Canionetia, 50 

le, O. U., "Sleep, my Darling !'- Cradle Song. German and English,, 85 

It, F,, " Soft brown smiling eyes." Song, Words by C. P. Cranch, . , 85 

deHe, L*, La Courae aux Papillona. Kom. Fran(alae, 26 

— Miracle of the Koses, farlor uperetla, 1 60 

iC, Louis, Dreams of Love. Song, 



— " Porcbfi se mla tu ael." (Wriy tuen, If thou art mine.) Melodla, 
Ca, Ci., Santa Lucia, (When the bright Moonbeams.) Bondo de ( 



! Con- 



50 



— La Uelne Mlgnon, (Queen of Joy's Realms am i,) T5 

— Angela' Bereaaite, (Serenata,) Sop., , ' , , 50 

— tlo- do. do. with Vinlin anil Piano accomp,, ... 65 
tnbllla. in.. Withhold thy Tears. Love, (U Tenerexza.) Romania,. 60 
k. Dudley, 8 Songs fi>r Mezzo Soprano. 

No. 1, Wherearetht! swallows fled? 86 

No. 2. Down by the Mill, 6U 

No, 8. Sunset's amlle had left the Sky, 85 

ipaiia, F.. ToTheel (A Te !) Italian «nd English 80 

— fiver. I'Tls true.) Canzone. Italian and Engllah, 60 

— When near to tliee. (Accanto a te !) Romania, M. Sop.,. , . 60 

— Thy magic beauty ! (Sel iroppo bella !) CanzonetU, M. Sop., 50 

— Ueauliriil Star. (Bell' Astro.) Klejfla 50 

— Sweel Angel. (Uell' Anglolo.) Canxonetta, 50 

— KlowerUIrl of Florence. (La Floraja Plorentlna.) Arietta, 75 

— Una Gita In Oondulrt, (In the Gondola,) ., 50 

— 1 caiinol live alone, (No poBso vlvere aeoza dl te.) Arietta, 5i: 

— Prom the Depths, (Dal Profundo dcH'Obllo,) Preghlera. Oontr.,.., 50 

— Never scorn, ny Love, (Nou li sconlar (il me.) Rom. M. 8., 60 

— 'Twaa an Angel, (Era uu AiiKtIo d'Aioure.) Mclodie 85 

— Souvenir, (0 Suuvenlr,) Mrlodle 8(1 

— The Unhappy Maiden. (La Penserusa,) 85 

— 1 have lost her, (L'ho perduta.) Contralto, 60 

— Al 1 Why? (Percl.f?) 85 

— Song cif Love. (CaiiU) d'Amore.) with ^/(/te accomp. 60 

— Tlie Fire Fly. (La Farfalla.) Cansonetta, 50 

iUbou, li.. Within Ibis Goblet. Urlndlsl, Opera, " La Promise." BngL 

and French. 40 

■Ibel, "Only a lock of hair." Song, 40 

eil, <', K., You're fooling me! (Vou« rae trompex.) Obansonette Ji 

en, Julea, Abl chela apemet (What fond bopel) Valae. Sop. and 

Mctio Sopr, Each . , 50 

tl, €arlo Kmery, Then and Now, (Allora ed oggi.) lUl. and BngL, 86 

lere* L, C., Berceuse. lOh I alumber, slumber. Infant, dear,) 85 

iia, L>* L'Araore. R>>manza per Mexzo Soprano, 40 

lre», M.. Maure el Captive, (Vlerge de France,) 85 

iUtettl« In i«rra aolo, (Lonely, 1 wander,) In B flat, de Pop. "Don 

Sebastian," ((6 

— Poor tbougii my Ooi, (In que^to sempliw.) Betly. Cav.Oompi.* . '. '. 76 
■ — U Nolle e aeren*. (The Mgni Is serene.) Barcarola, do , 86 

All afBllto. Romania lie I'Opcra R.'berlo d'Evereux, 80 

— Convleo parllr De I'Opera FlgUa del Reglmenlo. ItaUan, French, 

and En«llBh, F Minor, 4<) 

k— Do., D minor, 4,, 

u— mlo Fernando, vreclt- and cav.,) Id C. de I'op. " La Favorita." ItaL 

and EiittL, . ,,, 

and, Kmlle, Aa 1 drcara'd In'my Voutb." 



.y. V-i. uN. ","^*l^*"""y^""""'- (Comme i vlngl ana.) ., 
' Soprano InV '**'*•*'''''< "'^okleV (An ei'.«< BdcMei^'g Hande,) 

^J;'^::uTi:^t'^ ^'^'•" ^'-^ «^^^^'' *«'^') '^^ '" « 

';i i' A''i^il'".'l/'^T''"°"> R««'»n«^^"V™nch*ind"Engilsb," '.' 
■■***""' O^Uchr"*''* '^''' ^^'*' '"^ """^-^ ' ''^°°'io.'8oP- '^ K". ■ Alto 

"»* Bob. Fondly he sought me, (KrLt grkomnun imS^^ V ' 



Mane a, tbe u^iice: Ti^;;;;'if j.^ij?;;7^ *™ ^^y '■ 



ricl, VIrelula, TU, Kor^i, 
\> tieu .)iArrv>.» t>ullt. 



*11K, 

S.'InT.no Bb. Alto In Q, each. 



— At Ui. window. (Alto) 

.. W. 8tog,B.rJl,..,oK. Soo,.-Sa,;,b,Mikiiu,;~' 1" 

:^, i;'.^if«\°t„?S'r?o^/5::ir.lt'i°i^'^>H?'i'~'»»''^ » 

- ■■'-^»'-u..'iip^^V".vt^'o%^j:S.!i.^°'^1L&rt^,Bo>„;^ " 

,cr,S.,Dolh«,lMnkoto;..th„Wt-'8oi,,' S 

- «'.!?''";"■■ "T"- ('•^•>«SiX..^^)^2^* £ 



40 



OoDOOd, C'baa., Romeo e GluUetta. Arietta. " Non deatarml," {I would 

linger.) Sop. ti. 66 

Do.. Sletio Sop.. Eb, 65 

Jesus of N«»areih. Italian and Eogllsb, 76 

Faust, "Cera on re dl Thule," (Relied a King In Thule.) Ital., 

Fr.,andEng., *0 80 

Kausi, ■' When lo thy Vision,'" (Quando a te Ueta,) ItaL, Fr., and Eru, 80 

Faust, (Ah I e atrano poier.) Aria e reclt, 76 

Faust, "Parlat* d'amore," (Lovely flower. I pray.) It, Pr. and Eng., 35 

Sloir, Smile. Slumber ! Serenade. Fr. and Engl., or Ital. and Eng., 40 

"Tell me. gentle Maiden," (Ou u>iulex-vous alter?) Barcan.Ue, 

S-ip, or Ten., or Mezso Sop., or Al o, each, 50 

Grabeii-HoO'tnan. Ihe brightest Anvel. (Der «cfion«tt Engel,) 36 

Guercla. A., Tbou ilost not know li (Nnl sal ) Melodla per Contralto 86 

Think of me, (Pensa a me.) Mi^lodla per Contralto, 36 

Were I an Angel, (S'lofossi uo Ang'-lo.) 6U 

He never loved nie I (Non m'amava.) Rom. 50 

Gasllelino, .My Angel (Angelo mlo.) ItaJ. and Engl., 

1 love thee I (T'amo,) 

Oh ! if 1 were a Swallow, (0 fossl un rondlne.) Contr 

Thou art too lovely, (Sel tantabelU,) Rom. Contr., 

I live for thee only, (Nel dlr mlo bt;oe.) Serenade, 

Ever faithful. (Semprc fedete.) 

C*nlon, Prosper, La Fillett« aux Chansons. (There is in our Hamlet.) 

Kom., Ft. and Eng!.,. . ... ... 

Gnmbert. F., Ye merry Birds, (OfilV €ucK, iU-itt VigeUiTu) Sop. In P., , 

do. do. Tenor In Gb., 

do. do. Alto In E''.,., 

Dear home of my father. (Das the'tere Vater/iaift.) Sop. and 

Alto, each, 

Heart, whence thy joy and sorrow? ( Witf pocM so iaut im i/erze-'..! 

2d Waltz, Rondo, Soprano Ab, 

do. Mezzo Sop. in E, 

3d and 4th Waltz, Kondo, Soprano, and Alto, each, 

Smile again, my Dearest, (tic/ieiden otijte LHtletl,) 

Little Mendicant, (Diu betlemde Kind.) Sop. or Cont,, each, 

Ye merry Bircis, (Oiseau l6nere.) Kng and French, In F, 

Hall Columbia' National ^k)ng, Arranged by S. Jackson. 

Haendel, F., Verdant Meadows. (Verdi prati.) lUilian and English,., . 86 
Halevy. F.. Ijijuivt, ll va venlr, (He will be here.j lial. Fr. and Eng, Sop. 40 

Mall, F., Kverol Tt.ec, 30 

Huttou, John li.. Rainy Day. Words by Longfellow. 6o 

Good by, Sweetheart. Ital. and Engl., in C and D, each, 60 

Hel«er. W., The Grave on the Heath. (Itas Orod auf der Haide.) Sop 

or Alto, each, sy 

How can I leave thee, (JcA, U7i^ i*r* f/idg-^iiA,) 86 

K* E* H., Awake, Love, awake ! Serenade 30 

Hodges, F. H., Dreams. A Reverie. New arrangement by the Author, 75 

The dreary Day. Words by Longfellow 30 

Farewell to Nurth-Maveu, Song,. ,. m 

The Rose-Bush Song. For S"p Do. for Alto, ejich, 5fl 

Cloister Memories of sacred Son^ : 

No. I, Blessed are the poor In spirit, ulezzo Sop., . . 25 

No, 2. Blessed are they that mourn. Contralto, . . 26 

No. 3. Blessed are the meek. Duel, 2 Sop 25 

No. 4. Blessed are they that do hunger and thirst. Con.,.. 25 

No. 6. Blessed are the merciful. Sop., 25 

( Will be corittnaed.) 
Hoelzel, «,, The Forsjiken one. (Alperikidge,). ao 

The Tear, (/^ Thidne,) 

• The Village Blacksmith's Bride. (Jfrtn Liebtter ist im horf der 

Sc/imiut,i 50 

llua«, G. J,, A NaUonal Lyric. Words by H. S. WllUs, 80 

Cradle Sonn, 86 

Jacknoil, S., Lights and Shades. Words by Mrs. Norton, 80 

JobnMon, waller Kuamell. Abu- beyond the Sea, 86 

Kaley's Letter. Irish Song, 40 

Kllie, IV. A,, Ave Maria, Latin ftnd English,, [ .[ . 85 

KotKt-hoiibey, L., Oh! tell hlm all, (Uh I dites-lul.) Romance, 80 

Kreutzer, C, This Is the Lord'a own day. (D(us ijit der Tag des Herrn.) 

Sup. or Ten., and Alto, each, 86 

"What noble joys a hunter's, (Ein Schittz bin ick^ liochxager 

in Oranada, 50 

Kiivkeu, F., " No more In sadness on me ga.-m,''^ {Seh'miclljUdU vuikr 

voU Wemuth an.) Song, 6ii 

Good night, farewell (GuONacfit fahr'wohl.) Sop. and Alto, each, 40 

Jewish Maiden. (J/aJcA*/( TO« ./«t/uA,> 36 

Thou soft and balmy evening breeze, (^h-uldingsreigen,) 40 

Last Rose of Summer. Ital., Fr., and Eng., In E,, , 

Lecocq, Chas., Fleur de Th6, No. l. " Vlvandiere, Cantlul^re." (Vlvan- 

dler, now draw near,) 85 

No. 2. " J'al couru grossir." (I have roam'd where crowds,) 85 
No. 8. " Je suls u& dans le Japon." (I was born In old 

Japan,) 85 

No. 4. " En lous pays." (In every Land,) 85 

No. 6. " Cfisarine a mea voeux." (C^sarioe to my ev'ry,). 85 
No. 6. " Quaod k Cham])ague." (When the Champagne,) 

Lluley, G., The Swiss Girl, 

Long, long weary day, (Z/£/t/t«^» langen Tag.) Fr., Qer., and Engl., 

Lord, Cbaiw. W.j Vesper Hymn, 

Lucantonl, G., La Danta d'Amore, (Gay dance of love.) Valse. Meiso 
Siipr Ital. and English, 

Sunimi-r Evening, (La Sera,) 

Lather, Gustav, in night's sllll calm. (In duiikler Nacht.) Tenor or 

^iipraiiii in Bb 

In night's still calm. (In duriher Sacht.) Alto or Baritone in Al>,., 

LuKwitz, niax., Love's Plaint. (Du hast mir vlel gegebeu.) Sop. or 

Luzzi, Ei., Ave Maria. Italian and English, 

Iflailzoc«;hl, ITI., La BellaStella di Trinidad. Barcarolle, (ItaL and Eng.,) 

iTIallbrail, {Tliue., Chagrin d'amour, Engl, and Fr., 

Mamcbuer, H., Heaven in the Valley, {Z>er Z/tm»(«/im ThaU.) Eng. 
Ger. Sop. or Ten,, and Alio or Baritone, each, 

Yes, thou art mine, (.In, du bist mein.) Alio, 

ITIaMlnt, Une fleur pour reponse. (Fl')wer pledge ) Romance, Fr. and Eng,, 
inaBBe, v., Relne Topaze. As roams the Bee, (Chanaim de I'Abellle,) Sop., 

" Bright as hue of opening roaes," (Couplet de la Coupe.) Galathie. 

In A 

ITIattel, Tltto, Non d ver. ('Tis not true.) Romanza, Sop. In F, Meszo 

Si)p, Eb , each. . . . »™ 

La Caprlcclosa. (Song of the Coquette.) Canzone. Sop. In Eb, 75 

do. do. do. MezKo Sop, In C 75 

.TlendelBliob D, Here under the Trees, (Pn lieg ichunter den B&umen.) Alto. 85 

Longing. (Seiru'Uth.t.) Sop. and Alio, each, . , . , , 35 

First Violet. (Pfu e->sU IViM«'(.) Soprano and Alto, each, 40 

Cradle 8i)ng, (Wie.ei.iud ) Sojirano and Alto, each, 60 

On wings of Song, (/l'(/' >(i2 .ei/i ti-* fywf/<is»B.) Sop. and Alto, each, 60 

fnercadante, S., Salve MnrU llal. and Engl., 76 

Leoiu-ra. " Son gin v in glullva," (Youth's joys are now,) 60 

La Rosa. (The ttnse.i Lanzone, 86 

inerz, K., The Stranger's Love, (Z>M Art7ld<7i Z.UA*,) 

.fleyerbeer, G.« FIslier Mal<l>^n, (Guide au bord ta nacelle.) Fr. and Eugl., 

L'Atricana, " Aildlo terra natlva." Soprano, ItaL and Engl.,. . . 

Propheie, Arioso, " Ab I moL flia," (Ab I my son.) Fr., ItaL, and 

EngL Orig,, ,.. 

Prophete, Mi^ndlante, " Donnes, doonei," (Give alms, give alms.) 

Fr., Ital,, and Engl. Ortg,. 

May Song. (Chant de Mai) Ital , Pr-.and EngL, 

do. (^J/ .'fte'/.) (ierman and Engllah, .., , 

Mill In the Valley, {/««/'«/! X«/i^fi (r/unt/e.) Popular Song,. 

lUlJIard, H., With all my heart I lo»'e you. (In tl vogllo bene assal,),. . 

Ave Maria. Latin and En^'llsh. MeZio Soprano, 

Faith and Hope, (Old Man's Song to bis Wife,) 

After, Song, 

Before. (Companion to " After,") , 

Millet, E., Diana, (Maiden's Warning,) Valie. (ItAl. and EngL) Mei» Sop. 

Oianeita. Allegro, 

Song of our Country's IMughters, 

A Sailor's Song, (O for a whiff of the salt sea breeze.) 

' npatlon u> Sleep (lnv<ication,j ItaL, Fr., and Engl 



'Muzio, E., L'Ustgnuol 



Aia 



Canzone dt BraTiira. Sonr.,,. „ 
and sung by Carlotu Paul.) »«P'»no. lOom, 



_ . -1: 

No, a. U Ve<iova, ,The Widow,) luL and fagl ""^ ^ 



Le Stelle d'luilla. (Sura of i'«ly.. Mdodle per 6anto h'i 

No. 1. Siornello To..ano. (1 u..ii Evil i 



La Nanna, (Cradle Song ) 

No. 4. II S-spiro, (The 81t;h.) 

No. 6, L'AHezlonc. (AOectloB,) 
^ ^ ^ No. e. All'aura, (To the breeze ) 

Nadaud, G., U Valse des Adlcux, (Waltt of Uwf t lf-»i 
^e«m,.iier;j. F., W„.ne'er 1 Ug rorN^'e iLd fiS^' 

INorton, Hon. I»Ir«, 



KA tt^ie\ 



i^"^« Spani'hSong. "Sop, or Alio; ^h- 
ie. No. I. "U mnn i-h..!- ''*^''.., 



on-eubacU, J., i..l-e.kh„l.,N„.ir..o„„;o1.-„X.". 

lovt;,) let ter Song B''., 

No, 2. " Et ii malnlenanL" 
(Lea femines,) 



couptnioim 

No. 8. LEap«gn-de%lu/euneVndlenne '(AwMrrW 

aald.) Duet,.. \A»"rloroti(, 

Chanson de Fortunlo, "Si vous ct^iyez." (if ynu believed *st,» ■• 
Les Kavards. ;• C-e.t l'E.pa«ne," .(Tls In ,>in ) JlSson "*' ' 



e Ibal li BO 
{AsipaM-dnodtt 



Genevieve de Brabant, No, 1. Couplet de I'at^ ('fla »" 

shame.) ^ 

No. 2. " En passant sous la feii^trc!, 

your wlmlnw.) Serenade, 
No. 3. Une Poule sur le mur. (Once a hennear bv»w»lh 
No. 4. G. Ice t vnus mes demoiselles. (Thanks to. 

y 'ung ladies.) "" •" 

Omnde Duchesse, No 1, " Due* luL" (Say tohlra,) "" 

Le Sabre tie mot. I'aie, (My lather'i swoni j 

til que J 'aJ me leS niUllaires," (Ah t 'l iw«'tb« 



No, 
No. 
No, 



8^ 



50 



85 



60 



80 



35 



80 



No. 8. 

railiUiry,) 

4. Legende du Verre. (Legend of thegohici) 

6. Alletjeunes ttllcs. (Come now our <Urlliig (rirlV) 

6. Pour 6|.ou8erune Pilnccsse, (A princess beautiful m 

marry,) 

La Belle Ilgliiie, No. 1, Amours divins. (0! love's .livlii.)) 

No, 2, Au cabaret du l.,blriiilhe. (Tims at Hie wliie'jUop j' 

No. 3 All .iixni Ma. i \t mount Muihree Goildes. ) 

No. 4, On me iiomme H^lene la blonde. (They call me Udene 

the blonde,) , 

No. 5. I'n marl sage. (A husband wise will,), ... 

No. (). Venus au lou-l de noa dines. (Venus bestows,) !!![' 

No. 7. Ces lols reuiplls, (These Kings so shock.) 

No. S. La vral I Je ne suls pas, (In truth I'm not so muc'b to 

blame,) ,.. 

Barbe Bleue, No. 1. " Y'a dea Bevgers." (There sheplierds sre,) 

No, 2. " Via z'encore de drol's." (Tliere people arir,) !..... 
No, 8, " Pierre un beau n.ur." (OiKe on a time my lover,)!] 
No. 4. " HnurqUiil qu'ils 'font'' (U by do ihey look.l 
Pease, Allied H., Tender anu true. Ballad, 

A Year's Spliuitng. Sijng,. , \[[ 

Stars of the Summer Night. Serena , 

Blow, bugle, blow. Song '_ 

Good NighL Tenor or Soprano, and Alt r Baritone, each,.... !! 

Petrella, E., Brlndlsl, (Italian and English, Urom Opera loue 

" Ahandunata e orfiina." (Orphaned, abandoned.) Rom, par Meimi 

Sop. from Opera lone, .... 

- — " Vaone e serba geloso." (Go, preserve this Important.) Duetto 
par Basso and Mezzo Sop, Opera lone, j 

" L'amo, I'amo." (Love him, love him.) CavatlDa par Bopraao, 

Opera lone, , 

"Dell' lllBso sulle sponde," (O'er the banks of cool Illaius,) Duello 

Sop. and Ten. Opera lone, 4 

"0 lone, dl quest' amina," (0 lone, for thy light of love,) Ro- 
manza, Teimr. :* 

Freyer, G., V/iii ain cnmv,(0/iste wofU kommsn wird,).... i 

Ihe Bird, tliePlower, tne Heart, (Jedern das Heine.) Song. ISngL 

andOerman,, (I 

Procb, II., Tyioiese ^ou^, (Tyroi^tud,) '"O 

Ave .Maria, Stella. Latin and Engl,, I* 

At Home again, ( H iederi/e/ien .) Sop, or Alto, each, ^ 

Iteden, Karl, My Heart la like aSlniilng-Blrd. Balla<l U 

Uande{£^er, A., Amlamo la Vila. (Life let us Um-.) Ital, and Engl.,, tl 
Uelcliardt. Alex., Tbou art ao near and yet so tar. (Oa but mir iitih 

uiid dock «0 fern.) New ed, t flat, Fr, Engl,, and German, ■* 

There slnKa a wild bird. (Es stvgt ein I'og'etf,) ^ 

Kelssl^er, C G., The two Urenadlern, (Die Orenadiere,) 

Ulccl, AlHn brlllur, (My heart with joy,) B flat, 

Orispino e la Comare, Opera. 

No, 8. I've sfirlea rich, (Istorle belle a leggere,) Sop.. 

No, 6. I'm no longer poor, (lo non sono plu I'Annetla.) Bop., 

No, 8, I'lero darling, (Plero mlogo qua.) 

No, 9. Bliss all rapt ureti pasi, (Non ha >HoJa,) 

Klvarde, P. A., The H<irvt-3l Moon la teaming, (Guide au bord ta u 
celle.) Barcarolle, 

When love is kind I Song 

Mandolina. (Stars of tlie Summer NIghL) Fr, and EngL. ' 

Kondlnella, P.. Il Giubllo, (Valae 6l£gaote.) ItaL and Engl. In 0, 

iMczioSprano In C, 

KotliMClilld, Uaroiine, Ah. wbereforeT (S) vous n'avei rlen & me 

dire.) Fr--ncb and Kng,, 

SabbHib, E., The Minstrel's wUh. ('di-g'TS W'lrfc/l,) 

Naluiliaii, I'b.. L arise Irom dreams of thee. Serenade, 

Sarin lento, Tbla kisa 1 oiler, (Lu Vaslllo,) Oanzonetta, 

Scllltllon* <) sneel Mother of sorrow I (Mater dolorosa,) 

.Ncli4>eiidorf, When the quiet moon Is beaming, ( VI Wm «>«ar^ undmild,) 

Sriiliberl, Cam., Le Gondolier de Venlse. Barcarolle, 

ScbUbert* Franz. Last (»retllng, (/^ifU'oW.) French and Engllsb,. .. 
— M.ililen'!) Lament. ( J/tl/tV/i's lilage,) French and English, . ,. 

My Abode, (Aufeni/uiif.) French anti English, 

Shepherd's Soiik of Complami, (i'c/.d/w'ii Ktagelied.) 1ft. and Eng.. 

Serenade, (AVd/it/cA^H.) Hal,, Fr . EngLp 

Cradle Son^i \ VWje'i^wti.) fr., Ger , and EngL, 

Ave Maria. Vt , En^rl,, and Iwl. 

Wanderer, (//fr iVandtrrr.) Sop. and Alto, each 

Schumann, Uob., The Loiua Flower, (DU Lotmbiume^. 

Ltiil itjuu art like a fl'iwer, (Z^u 6ijf wit eiiie Biatiu,) 

.SlU-lier, Loreley. Popular Song. Kngl. and Oerio. words, 

SimiLb/, S. D., Nj rime like the old Time. Soug, 

NoMure ■■■ ■ 

Speranzu, D., The Hour of Prayer. BacredSong 

A Hvmn of Tiiaiikaiflvlng. 

NiMiizlcrl. G./l'wlM'iovelbeei (lo t'amero ) Soprano or Tenor, 

stir ' MiuKi Baouer. .National Somr, (Chorus ad lib,) Arr. by 8. JacUon... 
VllKelll, G., Isollna Arletla. KngL and Ital word! O.anlA eacd. 
^'i^"Vi7,Vst Eyes.(Zrt« Hchd.tsUn Augen.) E flat. Germ., Engl ,, an J 
gr, words. 



._. - - . , . . , ,. . - .... ao 

in»llqae. It., Could I Ihrough elter dy. (hSnnt'ichdurcflBaame/luh'n,) 86 



, The Merry Lark. Song,. 
Song for Soprano, or Messo Soprano, each,. 



.fiolleiib'aiie'r, Fred., 
nouUun, 4'h., Beware. 

ConfcssloQ, . 

Love In thine eye*, 

The Brook„ 

*Itiller, A., Te soft blue eyes, good alght, (ZAr Uouen Augen, guU 

Xacht.) Serenade, 

The Message Bird, ( i'5gJein, mtin BoU f) 

nazlo, E., BrlndUi— Wajtx. (En,£llsh and luUao.) Aj aung by Ulle. 

CarloiLi Prtlti and Mme. Straki^ch... 

Sre llfe'a de^hntng *aD has lel, (Dl lanio ecceso o'perfldL) Aria In- 

Iroduced In lae opera " Bohemian Girl," 

Floeolomloi Walta, 

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Mippe, F.. O man. be not proud, (^/er J/«7MicA doa wtcAf *W« «<in,J.. 

^-<»iii«>li>iivi. K.* Med'ira, - 

-r/i iflnJle., Mvi.eart la breaking. Ballad. 

Tbcvenel, 1>U Ipb-.n-e, Femme du Pecbeur, 

'riioinaK J. K., In the. ;lcar mirror of her eyes Canzonel.. 

TkomS. Ansb., Mignnne.0p6r^ MorCeaux d^L Fr lUiL and Engl. 
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No, 1^, '■''>■ '^°- ftlezzo Sop, &, 

No 2 " Lagers hlrondelles," Duel, Contralto and Baril-jne. 

No.2*W, 'lo. . Volx seul, 

No. 8. " Jesuls TiUnla." Polonaise In B^, 

No 8Afc», tlo. 'lo. In G, 

No. 4. Elle ne croyalt pas." Romance. 

No ."j "0 VIergc Marie." Prlire. Mezzo Sop. 

« 'Thnnder, H. G., The Sanda o'Dee. Lyric BalUd \- ^.LL„ 

TorreSie, G.?*"""""" ^^^ «»>"• L«f*" ^^^^ ioprano, and Me«» ^ 

Sin* each ,..,.,.....,-,..... ..,,,,,-,,.- 

TruhU H., PartloK'andS'irrow. (ifcA«td«ltiftdirt<terO Song. Sop. or ^ 

IVnor In F minor, '.■ " n U 

Parting nnd 8.irrr.w. (6cft^%deu wfui IMdtf..) Song. Alto or B*n ^ 

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March, for Piano, 
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3. Will you keep me, love, in re - membranoe, Tho'the voice of chid - ing be heard; And while 




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See that my grave's kept green ? 
See that my grave's kept green. 




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Love can never more grow old, 
Locks may lose their brown and gold ; 
Cheeks may fade and hollow grow, 
But the hearts that love will know 
Never, never winter's frost and chill: 
Summer wai-mth is in them still — 
Never winter's frost and chUl, 
Summer warmth is in them stiU. — Cho. 

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What to us is silver hair, 
Faded cheeks, or steps grown slow, 
To the heart that beats below? 
Since I kissed you mine alone, alone 
Yo\i have never older grown — 
Since 1 kissed you mine alone, 
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ji "Why BO sad, my Precious Darling ? - Song and Chorus. 35. 

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Sleep, my dear one, soft-ly sleep, An-gels vi-gils o'er thee keep. 

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And then you sing y«ur dulcet songs, so merrily and free, 

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So charmed was he with flattering words he ne'er had heard before, 
Tiie Spider bade him welcome in, with wide extended arms. 
And gently patting on his back he lavished him with charms. 
Will you, will you, will you, will you, walkin, Mister Fly? &c. 

And now the silken cords of love were gently wove around. 
Till close within the Spider's grasp the little Fly was bound. 
Too late he sought to fly away, but the Spider held him fast. 
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Will you, will you, will you, will yon, wttlkoUT Mister Fly 

Will you, will you, will you, will you, keep out Mister Fly. 




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What is- that which th« breeie,oer the towering steep 
As it fitfully blows half conceals half discloses; 
Now it catches the gleam, of the morning''s first beam. 
In full glory reflected now shines in the stream, 

And the star spangled banner o! long may it wave, 
Oer the land of the free, and the home of th* brave. 

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And wheFe is that band who so vauntingly swore,' 
That the havoc of war and the battles confusion, 
A home and a country shall leave us no more. 
Their blood has wash'<l out their foul footsteps pollution 
No refuge could s«ve, the hireling and slave. 
From the terror of flight or the gloom of the grave 
And the star apangld banner in triumph doth wave 
Oer the land of the free, and the home of the brave. 

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Between their lovd home, and the wars desolation, 
Blest with victry and peace, may the heavn rescued land. 
Praise the powV that iiath made and jireservd us a nation. 
Then comiuer wa. must, when our cause it is just, 
And this be our motto — In Gad is our trust; 

And the star spangled banner in triumph shall wave, 
Oep^tlic land of the free, and the home of the brave. 

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American H ym n , (Speed Our Republic) M , Keller .35 

Banner OF theSea, H.G.Ganss .50 

Battle Hymn OF THE Republic. .35 

Columbia THE Gem OFTHE Ocean. DavidTShaw .40 

Dixie's Land. DanD.Emmett .40 

Flag OF Our Union. W, Vincent Wallace .35 



Hail Columbia. 
Our Flag is there. 
Rally Round the Flag. 



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Star Spangled Banner. inbRSamuel Arnold .35 
Star Spangled Banner. inC. Samuel Arnold .35 
Tentiwg on the old Camp Ground. Walter Kittredge .40 
Yankee Doodle. .40 

Yankee Doodle GuARuyouRCoAST/A/yEff^^mJ .40 



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MUSIC FORTHE MILLION. 
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THREE l-ISHERS WENT SAILING. 



Words by REV. C- KINGSLEY 
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Music by JOHN HULLAH. 




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1. Three fishers went sail- ing out in- to the west, Out 

ii . Tlin'i' wives Mil ii|) ill llir li;;lil - . Iioum' lowr. An.lll].-\ 
3. Three coi'iises lay out on tlie slii-. - nini; sands. In the 




in- to the west as tlie sun went down; Each thought on the wo- man who 

trimd, iho lamps as llir sun wcni down, Tln-y lookd al llu- Mpiall, >ii(l ilie) 

morn - - inic gleam as the fide went down, Andtlie wo-men are weeji -infi and 



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lookd al llip sliowV.And llif ni'^lil -rack laiin' roll - mj; ii|i ran-fred and Iprown! Bm 
wring -ing their hands For those wlio Mill nev - er come back to the town. For 



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mpii 11111,1 work. aiirt wo - nipii miisl w.-pji, The' storms (..■ MLMni and 

men must work. and wo _ men must weep, \nd the sooner its o-ver. the 




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SECOND SERIES. 




PEACEfULLY SLUMBER. RandGqqEr.50 

OLD SEXTON. RusbbILBG 

ROLL CALL Pinsuti.50 

LOST CHORD.dnG.) Sullivan. 50 

MY OWN. MY GUIDING STAR.MdciarrBn. 30 

OUR CREW Campana.40 

JACK TO THE FORE DiEhl.35 

THE THREE SINGERS. Tnurs.SO 
THE OLD SAILOR'S WIFE. Mallng.SS 
BANBURY CROSS. WElling5.35 

BEND OF THE RIVER. BlumEnthal.40 
DANCE ON FOREVERdindenWaltzJ AidE.30 
OVER THE GARDEN WALL. G.D.Fox 30 



HEAVENS CHORISTER. Pin5uti.40 
ANGELS EVER BRIGHT &c. HandEl.30 

LITTLE MATCH GIRL MnllDy.35 

OLD STREET LAMP " .35 

AT THE FERRY WBlling5.40 

TORPEDO ANDTHE WHALE 

.. (frnmDIivettE,) Audran.30 
FAR ABOVE THE STARS. Abt.30 
THY SENTINEL AMI . Watsnn.40 

ACROSS THE SEA. GabrJEl.SO 

I'm WEARING AWA' JEAN. Bishop, 30 
BROWN EYES OR BLUE EYES. Aide. 30 
ILIVEAND LOVE THEE. Campana. 40 



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■ BV W. H. BO.Ntiv ^ (^•. 1102 CHESTNUTS 



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GOSPEI. MEI.ODIESS, 



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fiMiLAR in style 
and character to 

"GOSPEL HYMNS," 

so long used in Gos- 
pel Meetings, both 
in this country and 
abroad, but is all new 
and fresh. The 
music in "Gospel 
Melodies" is of a 
high order, although 
not difficult. 

It will be found 
both pleasing and 
useful, and in every 
respect worthy of 
Mr. Millard's reputa- 
tion as the most 
popular song writer 
of the day 



H. MILLARD, the Popular Composer. 




J r\(~\ ENTIRELY 

^ ^^NEW, (and 
28 standard Hymns). 
Every one is written 
with special regard 
to the requirements 
of Evangelical meet- 
ings, services of song 
&c., and well adapted 
to awaken interest in 
Gospel Singing. 

The words are full 
of Gospel Truth, 
which will lose none 
of its potency in 
these soul-stirring 
soncrs. 



Gospel Meetings, Sunday Schools and Social Gatherings. 

Paper Covers, ----... 25 cents each, $20.00 per 100 Copies. 

Board " 30 " " 25.00 " 100 

Cloth Flexible Covers, - . . . 50 " " 45.00 " 100 " 

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PRICE, 50 Cents. 




NEW YORK: 

Published by 



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Angbt words ark lightly spoken. F. Buck- 
ley, 25 

• Ansik of the Valk. J. R. Thomas, 80 

American Standard. A. Bagioli, 25 

Anthem of Liberty. Quartet. R. S. Willis, 30 
Answer to Dixies Land. I). D. Emmett, . . 26 

Bright-eyed little Nell. Wurzel, 25 

Billy Patterson. D. D. Emmett, 25 

Brightly o'er Lake and Shore. "SantaLucia," 25 
Bring THY shattered Heart TO ME. Buckley, 25 

Bonny Jean. C. Osborne, 25 

Brightest Eyes. G. Stigelli, 

Beating of my own Heart. Macfanen, . . 
Children's Hour. Words by Longfellow. 

J. G. Maeder, 

Come into the Garden, Matd. JI- W. Balfe, 35 
CouE WHERE THE CowsLip BLOWETH. Quar- 
tet, r. Bucltley 60 

•Chant des Bateliers. H. Drayton, 40 

Come where my Love lies dreaming. Quar- 
tet. S. C. Foster, 40 

Come where my Love l'es dreaming. Ar- 
ranged as a Song. W . Dressier, 35 

♦Cottage by the S.ea. J. K. Thomas 30 

Dab's a Darkey in de Tent. D. D. Emmett, 25 
Don't bjt your Money on de Shanghai. S. 

C. T'oster, 25 

Dixie's Land. Only genuine copy. D. D. 

Emmett, 26 

Down by the Riter-side I stray, j. R. 

Thomas, 35 

Down by the Riter-side. J. G. Maeder,. . 25 

* Dixie for the Union. S. Lasar, 25 

Dearest spot on Earth to me is Home. W. 

T. Wrighton, 25 

Do they think of me at Home? S. Glover, 25 

Dream of Home. G. SLigelli, 35 

Ella Leene. F. Buckley, 25 

Ever op Thee. Foley Hall, 25 

Ever thds in Childhood's Hour. G. Geary, 30 
EvKR OF Thee. Arranged as a Quartet. H. 

Tucker, 25 

Fairy Belle. S. C. Foster, 25 

Forest FLOwfeR. F. Buckley, 25 

Flag of our Union. W. B. Bradbury, 25 

Farewell, sweet Mother. S.C.Foster,.. 25 

Fair Enchantress. J. G. Maeder, 35 

Forget thee. M. W. Balfe, 25 

Fort Donelson is ours. C. G. Degenhard, 25 
Furnace Blast. Words by Whittier. Music 

by Hutchinson Family, 25 

Glory Hallelujah. Army Hymn, 25 

Glendy Bdrk. S. C. Foster, ' ,' ' 25 

God save our Fatherland. C. J. Hopkins, 25 
God SATE'OUR Native Land. Quartet. Curtis, 26 

Good Night, Beloved. M. W. Balfe, 40 

Good Night, my only Love. Abt, ... 25 

How dear to me the Hour. Duet. Kleber, 35 

Hush, sweet Lute. Pattison, 26 

Hark I I HEAR THE Organ's peal. Duet. S. 

Glover, 25 

HoDE FOR Prayer. Song and Quartet. 

Dempster, 25 

I'd CHOOSE TO be a Daisy. F. Buckley *] . 25 
Id rather be a Violet. F. Buckley,..'... 26 
If I had some one to love. F. BuckleV* .* 25 
I cannot mind my wheel. Mother. Schalk, 25 
I KNOW A PAIR OF HAZEL Eyes. G. Stigelli,. . 35 

I SEE HER STILL IN MY DREAMS. S. C. FoSter 25 

I'm a jolly Bachelor. F. B. Holmes, * 25 
V)A A MKRRY ZisGARA. M. W. Balfe,.. . . 40 
Fm going Home to Dixie. D. D. Emmett. 26 

IvT Green. H. Russell, 60 

JcANiTA, " Wanita." Mrs. Norton ' 25 

Let him know. "ODitesLui." Kotschiiubey 25 
• Linger in blissful repose. S. C. Foster . 35 
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Long Years have passed. F. B. Holmes,. . 25 

Marguerite. Annie Fricker, 25 

Marching along. Army Song. Bradbury,. 25 
May God PROTECT Columbia. Quartet. j!r. 

Thomas, 25 

My Heart now speaks Good-bte. MoUen- 

hauer, 25 

Maggie THE PRIDE OF the Vale. F.Buckley, 25 
Mollis dear, good Night. S. C. Foster,.'. 25 
MoN Ami. W. Allen 25 

* My Home. W. H. Dutton, 25 

My Baby's little Shoe. R. Storrs Willis,.. 26 

My Lady. J. G. Maeder, 30 

My Mother, Mother dear. F. Buckley, . . 25 

Mary May. E. L. Hime, 25 

Nannerl. Tyrolean Song. R. S. Willis, ... 25 

Nation's trust in God. S. Lasar, 25 

None shall weep a tear for me. Foster,. . 25 

Old Black Joe. S. C. Foster, 25 

Old Ky — ey. D. D. Emmett, 25 

Our Country right or wrong, Muzio, . ... 25 

* Our GOOD Ship sails TO-NiuHT. Masse tt, . . 25 
' Onward MARCH TO VICTORY. J.R.Thomas,. 25 

Our Willie dear is dying. S. C. Foster,. 25 

Other SIDE of Dixie. Willieson, 25 

Over the waters Fll wander with thee. 

J. R. Thomas, so 

Parthenia to Ingomar. S. C. Foster, 30 

*Raw Recruits, or Abraham's Dauouter. 

Hobbs, 25 

Rememdkr (O.) McNaugbton, 35 

* Robin Redbreast. Hubbard, 60 

Shades op the Heroes. Glee for five voices. 

T. Cooke, 25 

Sighing for thee. F. Buckley, 25 

* Slumber Song. A. H. Wood', 50 

Snow-white Blossoms. Barker 25 I 

*Song for my Countrymen. H. Drayton,.. 40 | 

Star-gemmed Flag. J. G. Maeder, 35 

Standard of Freedom. J. R. Thomas, 35 

Sweetheart. M. W. Balfe, 25 

Sweet is the Dream. Duet. Campana,... 36 
Sweet Love, good night TO thee. J. L.Hatton, 25 
Sweet evening hour. Quartet. S. Lawrence, 25 

Sleighing Glee. Quartet. T.J.Cook, 25 

Tender Blossoms. Duet. BeUini 25 

Think of me sometimes. J.R.Thomas,... 25 
Tiioo ART so near AND YET so far. Reic'liardt, 36 
'Tis BUT A LITTLE Faded Flower. Thomas, 35 
There's beauty everywhere. Quartet. S. 

Lawrence, 35 

TniNE, forever thine. Duet. S. Glover,.. 25 

The Wife. S. C. Foster, 25 

Under the Willow she's SLEEPING. Foster, 25 

* Union forever. Cromwell, 25 

Virginia Belle. S. C. Foster, 25 

•Viva l' America. Key of G. H. Millard,. ! 30 

* " " *' Bb, " 30 
" " Quartet. " 25 

Were I a Soldier. G. Stigelli 35 

Wanderer's Evening Uym.v. Mrs. Kleber,. 35 
We are growing old together. Buckley, 25 
We'll meet in Heaven, Father. Wurzel,.' 25 

Whack Row-de-dow. Hobbs, .' . 25 

When I SAW sweet Nelly HOME. J.Fletcher, 25 

Wild Rose. J. R. Thomas, 30 

We Love thee, sweet Night. Duet. Bellini, 35 

Wander with me. J. G Maeder, .'35 

ZiNGARiNA. Linley, 25 



Anthems, Set Pieces, Hymns, etc., for 
the Church op the Home-Circle. 

Funeral Anthem. "I heard a voice from 
Heaven." As sung at Grace Church New- 
York. Geo. W. Morgan, ; 

Ciiapple's Anthems. All numbers., \'.\ 

Gloria in Excelsis. Kaoski, ' 



Morning Service in Bb, for the Episcopal 
Church. A. W. Berg. 

No. 1. " Te Deum," gg 

" 2. " Jubilate Deo," 30 

" 3. "Venite," "Kyrie Eleison," and 

*' Glorias," 35 

Morning Service in Eb ."Te Deum/"' 

"Jubilate," and "Kyrie Eleison." Geo. 

F. Bristow, ^J^ 

Jubilate Deo. J. R.Thomas, 

Blessed be the Lord God of Israel. Bene- 

dictus. J. R. Thomas, 

It is A good thing to give thanks. J. R. 

Thomas, 

When I can read my title clear. With 

Duet for Soprano and Base. J. R. Thomas, . 
As PANTS the Hart. With Duet for Soprauo 

and Tenor. J. R. Thomas, 

Come, thou Fount of every blessing. With 

Solo for Baritone and Soprano. J. R. 

Thomas, 

Praise the Lord, "Benedic Anima Me'a"'' 

J. K. Thomas, 

Sacred Song, for Church Service and 
Sunday Evenings at Home, by Geo. 
Wm. Warren. 

No. 1. As pants the Hart. Psalm, 30 

" 2. God my Kino. Psalm, 30 

" 3. praise ye the Lord. Psalm, 30 

" 4. The Lord my pasture shall pre- 



pare. Psalm, 30 

" 6. Ye faithful Souls. Hymn, 30 

" 6. He's come, let every knee be bent. 

Hymn, 30 

7. Hark I the herald Angels sing. 

Christmas Hymn, 30 

" 8. Christ the Lord is risen to-day. 

Easter Hymn, 30 

Rock of Ages. Hymn. Quartet, 35 

Christmas Carol, \\\ 25 

Two Christmas Carols. R. s'torra "wil'lis*. 
No. 1. While Shepherds watched their 

FLOCKS, 25 

2. The Race that long in darkness 
pined, 25 

Songs and Ballads from the " Lily of 
Killarney," or the "Colleen Bawn," 
new Opera by J. Benedict. 

ElLY ilAVOURNEEN, 35 

I'm alone, 25 

In my wild Mountain Valley, 25 

It is a charming Girl I Lovf, 25 

Songs and Ballads from the Opera of 
the " Puritan's Daughter," by M. W. 
Balfe, ' 

A loving Daughter's Heart. Soprano,... 25 

Paradise of Love. Soprano, 20 

Let others sing the praise or Wine. 

Drinking Song. Tenor, 25 

Bliss forever past. Baritone, 20 

Pretty, lowly, modest Flower. Soprano, SO 

Hail, gentle Sleep. Tenor, 25 

Father, pity. Duet for .Soprano and Tenor, 25 

Songs and Ballads from the Opera of 
" Les Vespres Siciliennes," by Verdi. 

1. Dear Friends of Youth. Sicilicone, .. 50 

2. Farewell forever. Soprano, 25 

3. Calm me to Rest. Tenor, 25 

4. Day of Sorrow,. ; 26 

5. O'er the calm and sparkling Waters. 

Barcarolle, 25 

6. Breeze is faint. Tenor, 25 

7. He comes, he smiles. Soprano, 50 

8. Sweet bay of Hope. Duet. Tenor and 

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SONGS AND BALLADS. ^ 

Longing, 5 

J/ter, 4 

(Don't you Cry so^ JVorah (Darling, 3 

The Fairest of Flowers, 34 

fRoman Maiden, 3a 

Why? 4 

Grand Old Ocean, 4 

Faith and Hope, .' 4 

Thou art far away, 3 

'Be thou forever mine, 3J 

Under the (Daisies, 4 

Viva L'America, 3 

Flag of the Free, 3 

Grand Army Song, 5 

Wt.,iting, 74 

My dearest dear little heart, 31 

Jeannie's (Reply, 34 

The Wolf at the moor, 2 

Teddy McGlynn, 4 

Johnny McSwattigan, 4 

J^ot yet! 6 

0, let me (Dream my Life, 4 

My Heart I'll keep for you, 4 

The (Rose at the Window, 3 

The (Return, 5 

It might have been, 4 

The Tear, 5 

Far above the (Daisies, 31 

Smile once again, 34 

Why should I Love thee? 34 

The 'Patter of Little Feet, 4 

Queen of the Sea, 5 

My Love ! My Own! 3j 

Three Voice Service {complete), jq 



CONCERTED MUSIC. 



Venite {o come, let ds) in (Bb, YJ 

Te (Deum (wk pexise thee) in 0, F and (Bb, each 1\ 

Jubilate (o, be jotfcl) in F and Eb, eacu £ 

(Do. from (Rossini's Stabat Mater,... 6 
(Benedictus {BixaasD Bs) in A , 4 



(Bonum Est (it is x ooob ihino) in G, 5 

^enedic (peaise the lord) in (Bb 5 

(Deus Miser eatur (ood be heecifdl) in (D, 5 



Funeral Anthem d heaed i 



VOICE),. 



Christmas do. (i»D these weee sBKimsEDs), 74 

Easter do. (oheist, una pissotbh), 74 

Millard's Selections (m book toem) 25 

Mass in G (complete), 10 



Vespers (complete). 

(Domine, (Dixit, Laudate and Glorias,. 



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Magnificat, 124 

Salve (Regina, 6 

Ave Maria (solos i.s r ahd a) ea<.h 4 

Ave Verum {aaio m Di) 4 

Salutaris (ddo) 4 

Tantum Ergo 6 



0, (Rest in the Lord, 4 

Again, as Evening, 34 

Come, Holy Spirit 34 

/ will arise, 34 

Fading, Still Fading, 34 

Vieni al mio sen (come to kt hexbt) Duett 5 



Toby Waltz, 4 

Vocalists Text (Book {complete) with portrait, 374 




ADIEU. "Last Greotiiig," Schub.rt 

AH I I HAVE SIGHED TO BEST ME. "Ah 1 oho la morto." 2V«a<or«...v.rdi. 

AH I SO P0EE, "Ach bo fromm." Martha Flotow. 

AHl MT CHILD. "Ah I mon fils." PropheU Mevarbeer. 

ALPINE HOEir p,ooh. 

ANQEL3 WHISPER Lover. 

ANNIE O'THE BANKS OF DEE Glov.r. 

ANNIE LAUEIE Scotch. 

AEE THEY MEANT BUT TO DECEIVE Rich.rdt. 

AS I'D NOTHINO ELSE TO DO H.tion. 

ASK ME NOT WHY. " Fillo dn Eegiment." Ooni.otti. 

AVE MAEIA Schub.ri. 

BILLET DODX. "Letter Song." La PtridioU Olforbach. 

HIED OF BEADTT Scott 

BLOOM IS ON THE EYE Bishop. 

BEEAK, BEEAK. TWrayion Peaio. 

BRIDOE. l^ttg/dlow Lindsay. 

BRIGHTEST EYES, "Die Sohonsten Angen." Stieaili. 

BROOK. Tcm,nr,n Dolofos. 

BY THE SAD SEA WAVES. Brufe o/ Fmict Benedict. 

OASTLES IN THE AIR Scotch. 

CHILD OF THE REGIMENT. "Aak me not why." Donizetti. 

COME BACK TO ERIN Claribel. 

COME INTO THE GARDEN, MAUD BaKe. 

COME, SING TO ME AGAIN '. Hob.on 

COMING THEC THE BYE Scotch. 

CDOKOO'S NOTES Bl.mphin. 

DANUBE EIVEE *Id<. 

DUES LUI. "Tell Him." Duchtsu Offenbach. 

DO YOUE BEST FOE ONE ANOTHER Clifton. 

DO THEY THINK OF ME AT HOME Glover. 

DEAREST SPOT OF EARTH TO ME IS HOME Wrlghton. 

DREAMS Hodies. 

EILY MAVOURNEEN Benedict. 

EVENING. "Abend ist's." Abt. 

EVER OF THEE Hall. 

EYE THAT BRIGHTENS WHEN I COME Godfrey. 

riSHEEMAN'S DAUGHTEE Bafnall. 

FIERCE FLAMES AEE RAGING, " Stride la yampi." Tntatm. v.rdi. 

FIVE O'CLOCK IN THE MORNING ci.ribei. 

FLOWEE SONG. "In the kngnage of love." liLuit Gounod. 

FLOATING ON THE WIND Glover. 

FORSAKEN. "She sat beaide the moantaln spring." Gabriel. 

FRANCE, I ADOBE THEE. "Salut a la France." Ooniiettl. 

FEOM THE ALPS THE HOBN EEBOUNDING "Alpea Horn." Proch. 

GAILY THBOnOH LIFE I WANDER. "Brindini," Traviala Verdi. 

QIPSEY COUNTJSS. Dnet Glover. 

GOOD BYE SWBETHEABT H.tton. 

GOOD NIGHT FAEEWELL. "Gate Naoht." Kiicker.. 

HAEP THAT ONCE THEC TABA'S HALLS Stevenson. 

HAUNTING THOUGHT. "Die Verlegonheit." Reichardt. 

HAUNTED SPRING Lover 

HAUNTED STREAM Sarl<er 

HEART BOWED DOWN. Bohemian Oirt Balfe. 

HEAE ME NOEHA. Dnet Bellini 

HEE BEIGHT SMILE HAUNTS ME STILL Wriehton. 

HOME, SWEET HOME Bishop 

HOME FEOM OUE MOUNTAINS. Gipsy Dart Verdi. 

HOW CAN I LEAVE THEE. "Aohl wis Ist'a moglioi." Cramer. 

HOW SO FAIE, "AchI so fromm." Uartha Flotow 

I CANNOT SING THE OLD SONGS Claribel. 

I DBBAMT THAT I DWELT IN MAEBLE HALLS. Boitmim <KrI.....BaHe. 
1 KNOW A FLOW'EET, "Das Blnmlein." *bt 

FLL PEAY FOE THEE. Lucia Doniiatt, 

IN HAPPY MOMENTS. Maritam V»allace 

IN TEARS I PINE. Lomharili Verdi 

IN THE EYE THEEE LIES THE HEAET. "In den Angen." *bt, 

IN THE STARLIGHT. Dnet Glover 

IT IS BBTTEE TO LAUGH THAN BE SIOHIUO. l««ret<a Oonis.ttl. 

IT WAS MY MOTHER'S VOICE Blume 

IT WAS MY MOTHER'S VOICE. Gnllar Rupp. 

rVE NO MOTHER NOW Smith. 

rVE WANDEBED IN DBEAMS. Dnet W.de. 



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JDANITA. "Wanita." Norton. 

KATHLEEN MAVOUBNEN Crouch. 

KATY'S LETTEB Oufferin 

KITTY McGEE Tucker 

KITTY TYEELL Glove, 

LAEBOAED WATCH. Dnet Williams 

LA3TGEEETINQ Schubert 

LAST BOSE OF SUMMEE. "Die Letrte Rose." Martha Flotow. 

LEAF BY LEAF THE EOSES FALL Blume. 

LETTEB SONG. "Couplets dn Lettres." Grandt Duehaie Offenbach. 

LIFE BOAT... Claribel 

LIGHT IN THE WINDOW Gabriel 

LITTLE MAGGIE MAY Blamphin. 

LIVE IN MY HEAET AND PAY NO KENT Lover. 

LONGWEABY DAY. "Den lieben langen Tag." Volkslied 

LOVEE AND THE BIED Z Gugli.lmo 

LOVE'S BEQUEST. "Liebcs Bitte." Reichardt. 

MAESEILLAISE HYMN De Lisle 

MAGGIE'S SEOEET, "My heart U over tho sea." Clanbel. 

MEET ME IN THE LANE Salmphin 

MY DESIEE Pope 

MY LATEST CAPTIVATION Newcomb 

NELLIES GONE FOEEVEE Bl.mphin. 

NOONTIDE DEEAM. "She sleeps tho' not a star." B.lf.. 

HAPOLITAINE. "I am dreaming of thee." Lee. 

NOONTIDE DBEAM. Guitar Rupp. 

TAKE ME TO THY HEAET AGAIN Balfe. 

ON THE BEACH Lingard 

WHISPEE WHAT THOU FEELEST Richards. 

OYE TEABS Abt. 

PEBICHOLE'S LETTEB Offenbach. 

PULLING HABD AGAINST THE STBEAM Clifton. 

BOBEBT, IDOL OF MY HEAET. "Bobert, toi one j'aime." Meyerbeer, 

EOCKED IN THE CBADLE OF THE DEEP Knight. 

SAY TO HIM. "Ditoa Lni." Dvchtsst Offenbach. 

SCENES THAT ABE BEIGHTEST. 3hrita«a Wallace. 

8EEENADE. "Thro' the leaves." Schubert. 

SING, BIBDIE, SING Ganj. 

SLEEP WELL, THOU SWEET ANGEL. "Schlaf wohl." Abt. 

SPANIAED AND CAPTIVE INDIAN MAID. Dnet. Perichok Offenbach. 

STAY WITH ME "Bleib bei mir." Abt. 

STILL SO GENTLY. SomnnmliuUi Bellini 

SUNLIGHT WITHIN MY HEAET Groschell. 

SWEET LOVE GOOD NIGHT TO THEE Hatton. 

SWORD OF MY FATHER. Grand Duchat Offenbach. 3 

TAKE BACK THE HEAET Claribel. 3 

TEAB. (The) "Die Thrane." Gumbart, 3 

THEE ONLY, I LOVE. "Gute Nachl, dn mein." Abt. 3>.^ 

THEN YOU'LL EEMEMBEB ME. Bo*™,.„i, Ctrl Balfe. 3 

THEBE IS A FLOWEB TEAT BLOOMETH. Marilana Wallace. 3 

THREE FISHERS Hullah. 3'^ 

THOU ART SO NEAR AND YET SO FAE Reichardt. 4 

TOO LATE. Lovg/dlma Lrndsay. 3 

TYEOLESE AND HIS CHILD Volkslied. 3 

WEAEING OF THE GEEEN Arr.h na Pogue. 3J5 

WE MAY BE HAPPY YET. Daughtir of si. Mark. Balfe. 3 

WE MET BY CHANCE. "Lanf dor Welt" Kiicken. 3 

WE NOW MUST PAET. FilU da RvritntM Ooniletti. 3 

WHAT ARE THE WILD WAVES SAYING? Dnet Glover. 4 

WHAT DOES LITTLE BIEDIE SAY? Balfe. 3)< 

WHAT NEED HAVE I THE TEDTH TO TELL Clar.bel. 3 

WHAT WILL YOU DO, LOVE Lover, 3 

WHEN THE COEN IS WAVING, ANNIE Blamphin. 3 

WHEN THE SWALLOWS HOMEWABD FLY Abt. 3 

WHEBE AEE THE FEIENDS OF MY YOUTH Barker. 3 

WHO'S THAT TAPPING AT THE QABDEN GATE New. 3 

WHY DO SUMMEE EOSES FADE? Barker 3 

WHY WAS I LOOKING OUT? Claribel. 3 

WITHIN A MILE OF EDINBOBO' Scotch. 3 

WON'T YOU TELL ME WHY. BOBIH? Claribel. g 

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Break, Break, Break A. H. Pbasb. 35 

Words by Tennyson. 

Break, Bi-eak, Break, on thy cold gray stone*. O »e» ! 

And I would that my tongue couJtl utter 
Tho thoughts that arise in m«. 

Sunlight within my Heart, Guoschel. 35 

Nightfall o'er enrdi iind sky. 

The deep'niun shndows lie, 
Like slumlwr on the eye of weary day ; 

The sun's lust kiss has pi-ess'd 
The clouds' soft snowy breiist, 

Whodo rosy blush hus fuded into gray. 

The FiBherman's Daughter. Baon all. 30 

I've been caught in a net by ii dear little pet. 
And her eyefl nre hi blue aa the deep rolling sea ; 

Bhe's n fjsherrattn's daughter, she lives o'er the Wiit«r, 
She's g^in^ to be miurisd, next Sunday, to me. 

My Desire J. Wm. Popk. 

New soiif^ by the composer of " Come to 
my nest, Binlie," "Flow ye Tears," 
etc., witli flue lithograph 40 

The Eye that Brightens when I Come. 
Writteu by H. B. Faknie. 

Music by Dan. Godfrey. 80 
Arraugcment for Violiu 15 

One gentle voice breaka into •ony, 

"Whenever I draw near; 
Oh, never yet vraa melody 

To humnn heart so dear ! 

Not all the storms of earth can mar 

The music of my home. 
Where smileth still the quiet ey» 

That brightens when I come. 

You'll Sometimes Think of Me. 
Ballad Chas. Coote, Jr. 80 

Pulling Hard Against the Stream. 
"Written and sung by Harry Clifton. 80 
Aj-rangeraeut for Violin 15 

Do your best for one another, 
Slaking lifo a pleasant dream, 

Help a worn and weary brother, 
Fulling hard against the stream. 

Live in my Heart and Pay No Bent. 

A characteristic Irish Song, written 

and composed by Samuel Lover. . . 30 
Arrangement for Violin 15 

Kitty McGee. New Song and Chorus 
by the Popular American Song writer, 

IIenry Tucker 35 

Arraugemcnt for Violin 15 

O, fare you well darling, I leave you to-morroTr, 
I'm going to take aail for the land of the free ; 

Our parting is sad, but dear, dry up your sorrow, 
Oh I why do you grieve me thus, Kitty McGe* I 

Leaf by Leaf the Boses Fall 30 

hont by leaf the rosea foil, 
Drop by drop the springs run dry ; 

One by one beyond recall, 
Summer dowers droop and die. 

Come Back to Erin Claribel. 85 

Arrangement for Violin ' 15 

Come back to Erin, Mavoumeen, Mavoumeen, 
Come back, Aroon, to the land ol thy birth ; [neen, 

Come back with the shamrock and spi-ing time, Mavour- 
And its kiUamey shall ring mth our mirth. 

Little Maggie May Blamphin. 35 

ArruDgcment for Violin 15 

Beautiful Song and Chorus by composer 

of " Cuckoo's Notes," *' Nellie's Gone 

Forever," etc. 

Haunting Thought Reichardt. 40 

New Song, by composer of "Thou art 
so Near and yet so Far," with Ger- 
man and English words. 

Advice to Persons about to Marry. 

Comic Song by Haiuiy Clifton 85 

Jersey Sam Gus. Willlams. 85 

AVith character likeness of the popular 
singer. 

My Latest Captivation Newcomb. 36 



Perichole's Letter Offenbach. 35 

With French and English words. 

Spaniard and Captive Indian Maid. 
Beautiful duet from the Opera P6ri- 
chole. French and English words . 35 

Ferichole Valse 40 

Introducing the favorite melodica, "Peri- 
chole's Letter," " Three Cousins," 
" Merry Dames," etc. 

The Sleeping dueen Baj>fe. 

The Noontide Dream. 
Serenade for Guitar, 30c. PIauo 36 

Sh sleeps I tho' not a star 

Telia of the waning day, 
Upon her fair young foes 

Tha happy sunbeanu play. 

Dream lady thou art loved,— 

Dream that thy lover's ni; h, — 
Dream that his hand's in thine,— 
Dream thou canst hoar him si^h I 
▲nd when thou wnk'st, perchance beneath the stury 

gleam, 
Enow by thy beating heart, sweet lore, it wa« not all a 
dream I 

Grande DuchoMe do Gerolstein. 

With French and English words. 
Song of the Letters (Billets Doui).. . 60 

Sword of my Father (Sabre da Mon Pare) 40 

Say to Him (Dites Lui) 40 

Grande Duchesse Galop. 
Introducing '* How I Love the Military," 
"Sword of my Father," and "My 

Grandfather's Goblet." 85 

Arrangement for Violin 16 

Grande Duchesse Valse Strauss. 40 

Introducing " Couplets des Lettres," 

" Complalute do Fritz," " Dites Lui," 

" Say to Him," etc. 
Arrangement for Violin 15 

Barbe-Bleue. Potpouri Lijdke. 60 

Selection des Melodies LUdke. 85 

No. 1 containing " Chorus of Palanquin 
Bearers," " Why do they thus Gaze 
at Me," " Ran Plan Plan," "My First 

Wife Is Dead, Tis Blue Beard at 

the Ford." 
Arrangement for Violin 15 

Selection des Melodies Lddkb 35 

No. 2 containing "Andante," "AUons 
Partons," "Waltz," "The Kiss," "Let 
Us, from the Vale Ascending." 
Arrangement for Violin 16 

ue Beard Galop Li7Diu. 40 

Elegant dance music. 

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"AUF UND Davon," Fadst. 35 

Our Fritz — Galop Uilitaire. 

lutroduciiig the National Melody " Ich 
biucin Preussc." F. Ludke 86 

Belter Galop, Op. 21 Zikoff. 36 

Very brilliant. 
Jolly Brothers Galop. 

"Bhuder Lustio " BuDiK. 86 

Consortien Waltzes. 

Already very popular Strauss. 60 

Wedding Festival Waltzes. 

"H0CUZKIT3KLANaE" StBAUSS. 40 

Harmony of the Spheres. 
" SrHAss}<KLANOE "— Waltzes. 

STaAOss. 40 

Wine, Wife and Song Waltzes. 

" Wfim, Weib und Gesanq." SxRAcas. 40 

Dream of the Ball Godkrei. 40 

A new Waltz, by the composer of 

" Mabel," " Guards," " Hilda," etc. 
Arrangement for Violin 15 

The Golden Secret— Waltz Sibdle. 80 

Maud Waltz Guqlieluo. 40 

Performed at all his concerts with un- 
bounded success, by the great cor- 
netlst, J. Levy. 

Les Boses Waltz Metra. 40 

Performed by Theodor£ Thomas' Or- 
chestra. 

Bovie Polka M. B. Ebach. 30 

Of moderate dilHculty. Becoming very 
popular. 

Axion Carnival Uarch. 

The Military Festival C. Faust. 86 

Flying Bird. 

CbaracLeristlc piece by jAsmNSKi. 60 

Elegant composition. 



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Wlldfang Galop. 
Meet Me In the Lane. 
Barney O'Hea Waltz. 
Paddy's the Boy. 
Constantina Brown. 
Up and Down Galop. 
Kiss Waltz. 
Guard's Waltz. 
Mabel Waltz. 
Hilda Waltz. 
Java March. 
Home, Sweet Home. 
Pretty Little Sarah. 
Golden Waves Waltz. 
Dandy Pat. 
Lovely as a Rose. 
Tassels on the Boots. 
Spanish March. 
Russian March. 
Buy a Broom Waltz. 
Champagne Charlie. 
Duchesse Galop. 
On the Beach— Galop 
Captaln^Jinks-Galop 



Not for Joe— Galop. 

Crown Diamond!. 

Faust. 

Lucrezla Borglit- 

Norma. 

Martha. 

Trovatore. 

Somnambula. 

Ernaui. [moor. 

Lucia di Lammer- 

Fille du Regiment. 

L'Africaine. 

Oh, Whisper. 

Mafflo Orsinl. 

Bell goes Ringing for 

Sarah. 
Maud Waltz. 
Les Roses Waltz. 
Blue Beard. [Me. 
Why do they Gaze at 
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Let's March Away. 
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Weeping Sml and Lonely/; or, IFJien this Cruel 
War is Over, H. Tucker, 25 

Since the days of " Old Folks at Home," no PoTig hae been ieaued in this Coun- 
trj' which has attained such an immense popularity aa this ; it bids fair to be the 
most popular flouf ever issued in j^Unorica. 

When this War is Over^ I will Come bade to Tliee, 
Song and Chorus, Mayer, 25 

Decidedly the beat reply to the most popular song of the day, "'Wlienthia 
Cruel War ia Over; " over twenty edltiona having been printed. 

He^s Watching o*er thy Mother, Song and Chorus, 
Mayer, 25 

A beautiful and touching ballad written in reply to the popular Bong, " Who 
will care for Mother now ? " 

Rock me to Sleep, Mother, Song and Chorus, 
Mayer, 25 

A pathetic appeal from a daughter to her mother, who has passed from the 
cold world to the happy home beyond. The sentiment is very beautiful, and the 
melody is exquisite. It has attained a sale of several thousands. 

Angels, tny Darling, will Rock thee to Sleep, Song 
and Chorus, Mayer. 30 

Written in reply to the popular ballad " Rock mo to Sleep, Mother." It is the 
beat and most appropriate ruply that haa yet appeared, and ia certainly the moat 
successful ; over thirty thousand copiea having been sold. 

Js that Mother Rending o'er me ? Song and Chorus. 
Mayer, 30 

Seldom do we find a popular song of so refined a character as this ; the senti- 
ment is positively beautiful, the melody is easy and graceful, and the chorus ia 
very cffoctive. The ballad was founded on the following inciaent. 

"Among the many brave and uucomplalning aolditrd who were brought up 
from the battle of Fredenckaburg, was a bright eyed, intelligent young n^m, or 
boy, rather, of sixteen years, who belonged to a northern regiment. He ap- 

S eared more affectionate and tender than hia comradt-s, and attracted a good 
cal of attention from the attcndiinla and visitors. Manifestly the pet of some 
household, he longed for nothing so much ae the arrival of his mother, who was 
expected, for ho knew he was mortally wounded, and failinrj fast. Ere she 
arrived, however, he died. But he thought she had come, for while a kind lady 
visitor was wipinc the death sweat from hia brow, as his Mght was failing, he 
rallied a little, like an expiring taper In its socket, looked up longingly, and joy- 
fully, and in the tenderest pathoa, whispered quite audibly. " la that Mother ? " 
in ta.'ies that drew tears from every eye. Then drawiTig her towards him with 
all his feeble power, he nestled his head in her arms like a sleeping infant, and 
thus died with the sweet word of " Mother " on his quivering lipa." 

Rreak it Gently to m,y Mother, Song and Chorus. 
Buckley, 30 

This ballad was suggested by the following incident. — On the battle-field of 
Gettysburg, among many of our wounded soldiers, was a young man, the only 
son of an aged mother. Hearing the surgeon tell his companions that ho could 
not survive the ensuing night, ho placed hia hand upon hisT'orehcad, talked con- 
tinually of his mother and sister, and Jiia last words to his comrades assembled 
around him were, '^ Brcxik it f/cjttly to mi/ Mother.^' This beautiful song is 
nightly e.icoreil at the concerts of Buckley's Serenaders in this city. 

It ia one of those deeply touching strains, which brings tears to the eyes and 
touches the atrungest hearts. It is quite eft'ective, not dilficult, and cornea within 
the compass of ordinary voices. 

The Stars and Stripes of Old, Song and Chorus, 
3Iai/er. 25 

A Houl-stirring patriotic song ; the music is an adaptation of the " Boimie Blue 
Flag." 

Ode to the Rrave, Quartette. Mayer, 25 

Very appropriate for Military Funerals. 

Tis Growing very Dark, Mother, Song and Chorus. 
Buckley, 30 

A ballad suggested by the dying words of one of our noble young volunteers ; 
the sentiment, which is sweet and beautiful, appeals directly to the sympathies 
of those who have lost a friend or a relative, in defending the rights of their 
country. 

Tell ine, is my Father coming Home? Song and 
Chorus, Buckley, 30 

This charming balhid is founded on a touching incident connected with the 
war. It is one of the most aui-ceffsful songM of tue season, several editions hav- 
ing been printed in a short space of timo. 

Kiss inc Mother ere I Die, Song and Chorus, 
Buckley, 30 

The dying words of a youthful soldier are touchingly portrayed both by words 
and music. 



T7ie War is nearly Over, Song and Chorus, 
Buckley. 25 

Companion to," When this Cruel War ia over." The words are of a cheerful 
character, the melody is eaay and flowing. 

WJien Johnny Comes Marching Home, Song and 
Chorus- Lambert. 30 

A song for liome, the camp, and the concert room. It ia sung and performed 
with unbounded success nighllv. at the entertainments of all the Minstrel 
Troupes, Old FoUts Troupea, and the Hutehinsou Family, GiUnore's Band, &;. 

Read me a Letter from Home, Song and Chorus, 
Barton. 30 

An easy and pleasing song, the words of an invalid soldier, who requests hie 
attendant to read him tidings from the loved ones at liomc. 

Can I go. Dearest Mother? Ballad, Covert, 30 

This is, unquestionably, the best production of Ita favorite author. The senti- 
ment cannot fail to suit those wiio admire the patriotism of our noble youth who 
have risked their lives in defence of our common country. 

" I have written to you, mother with a consciouaneaa of right 
I am thinking of you fondly, with a loyal heart to-night : 
When I have your noble bidding, which shall tell me to presa on, 
I will come and klaa you mother, come and kiss you, and be gone. 
In the sacred name of Freedom, arnl my country as her due, 
In the name of T,.av/ and Justice. I have written this to you. 
I am eager, anxious. longing to resist my country's foe ; 
Shall I go, my dearest mother } tell me, mother, Shall I go ? " 

Mother is the Battle over? Ballad, Roefs, 25 

An affecting ballad suitable for tenor or soprano. 

O, Kiss me ere I Sleep, Sister, Song and Chorus. 
Ballard. 30 

This most beautiful and affecting song, was founded on the following incident. 

On a train, recently, which left Chicago, on the Pittsburg R. R., was a young 
lady from Albany, N. Y., the only sister of a pale and emaciated invali<l, who 
lay on a couch in the sleeping car. About four years since, he left Iiis home for 
Kan;!aa, and toiled there till he fell aick with the ennsuraption. He sent at last 
for hia sister, (his only living relative,) a girl of about twenty years. Khe visited 
him; soon he determined to return home. They atiirted, but it waa too mucli for 
his wasted energies, and at Chicago he was carried into the car, as if he were an 
uncons?ious Infant. Aa he lay there, pale and coughing, it was beautiful to see 
with what sisterly devotion she watched beside him ; she gently amoothed back 
his damp hair, and softly kissed him as she bent over him. About one o'clock, 
he asked her the hour. She told him. A few moments later, he reached out hia 
skeleton hand to place within her own, and whispered, " Kiss me slater, before 
I sleep ; " a id clnsi'd his eyes. Soon his head fidl gently on one side, as if sleep- 
ing ; but be slept the " sleep, from which none ever wakes to weep." 



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I am Dreaming, Fondly Dreaming. Buckley. 
In Dreams thou 'rt Ever Near. " 

Two cscellcnt ballads by this favorite song writer. 

miere I met my Korah Dear, Song and Chorus. 
Thompson, 30 

Mr. TJiiiiipaoo'H b.illads, " Lilly Dale," " -Vimie LUle," &c., have hecorae 
" liiiust-holl worda." The above song, his latest effort, bids fair to rival its 
predecessors. 

Laura Haunts my Faticy Still. Gilmore. 30 

The most sueeessful song of the author since hia " Good news from Home." 
Several editions have been sold. 

Just Twenty Years Ago, Song and Chorus 
Lambert. 

Smg by the popular baliadist, \Vm. ITayward. 
adapted tor p;irlor or concert use. 

I Walched the Sunlight Dying. 

Time's Changes. 

O! Rosy Morn. 

Lihe a If'ell-Spring in the Desert. 

The Dear old Songs of Home. 

Birds that in yon Bine Tree Sing. 

Six ballads, by Franz Abt, author of " When the Swallows." 

Sweet Dreams are Flitting Softly o'er me. 

Lamonte. 25 

An ff'ctivc song with chorus .id lib. suitable for tenor or soprano voice. 
A graceful melody, one of those easily remembered when once heard. 



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She gave me a rose, 

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Spirit of the North, 

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Bondos, Variations, Transcriptions, Noc- 
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Maiden's Prayer Badarzewska 

IV'arbliDgs at Eve Kichardfi 

Juauita (Spaoinh Melody) " 

LisieD to me (Song without words) Fonke 

llnme, eweet liome Baumbach 

Monastery Bulls Lefebure-Wely 

Ifeimweh (Uume Desire) Jungmann 

Trust in tne (Croyez moi) Ascher 

Wedding L'elis Lefebure-Wely 

Marseill lise Iljnin Bejpr 

Uepattel Di)3 (Nncturnp) Louis 

Chant du Btrger (Nocturne) Galos 

Itaijo(Thel An original imitation Batchelder 

B ittle of Waterloo. Anderson 

Two Nocturnes 



Harches and Quicksteps. 

Sultan's Band March Browne 

Weddinit March, ... Mendelssohn 

Grand March in Norma Bellini 

Grand Russian March Paul 

Wrecker's Daughter Quickstep Von Rieff 

Suldier'.i Dream March Browne 

United States Marina March Lady 

Vienna March Czerny 

En Avatit March Gung'l 

Congress Orr^nd March -Hesser 

Webster'^ Funeral March ..Beethoven 

Dead March in Saul Handel 

l^qui^ptrlan Quickstep Fries 

\\on.i Up QuiLk.-lep Uolloway 

Wnshinii'on's Grmd March. 

i^Iidnight Il^ur Quickstep Amateur 

Cordniilion March (from the Prophet). ...Meyerbeer 
Spanish Retreat Quickstep 

Waltzes. 

Flowers of Spring Waltzes Reiseiger 

Kn-ll'i! Ball Klange Waltzes Lumbye 

Clara Waltz Beethoven 

Empre-s Henrietta's Waltz Herz 

Itet^iati Waltz Lumbye 

Oft in the Still v Night Waltz Curtias 

Golden Drop Waltz Hopkins 

Prusnian ^Valtz Lumbye 

Dreams on the Ocean Waltzes Gung'l 

Sounds from Home Waltz " 

Saxon Waltz Lumbye 

Gf-rtru'les Dream Waltz Beethoven 

Merry Sleigh JUde Waltz Pendergrass 

Boheitdan Waltz Lumbye 

Morning St-ir \V'altz Lanner 

Evi'ning '* " " 

iA) Desir WmUz Beethoven 

Indiana Walrz Marcailhou 

l.a«t Waltzes of a Lunatic Baumbach 

Tookwotton Wiiliz 

Von Weber's Last Waltz Weber 

Peetal Waltz Beyer 

Duke of Reichetadt'a Waltz Strauss 

Spirit Waltz. Beethoven 

Bird Waltz Panorma 

Drum Wal'z Hardway 

A£.\liior Almack'a Walts Beethoven 

Sontng'a Waltz Uerz 

AfTection Waltz Fry 

Swiss Wi.ltz Moran 

Silver Lake Waltz.?.., 

Bavarian Waltz 

Hop Wultz 

Polkas and Schottlsclies. 

Fairy Polka Spiodler 

Cuckoo Polka , Herzog 

King Pippin Polka D'Albert 

Sul tin's Polka " 

Bride's Polka " 



Vaillance Polka Militaire Ascher 

LeoDore, or Deliciosa Polka Baumbach 

Pepita Polka ..Ascher 

Fairy Bell, or Princess Maude Polka Wallerstein 

La Favorite Polka, Strauss 

Concert Polka Uohnstock 

Wecker Polka Zerrahn 

Emprefs Anne's Polka Strauss 

Serious Family Polka 

Baden Baden Polka Musard 

Zingara Polka LeuCner 

Bohemian Polka OSenbach 

Little Jcannetfe Polka 

Silver Wreath Polka Lyon 

Gipfey Polka Leutner 

May field Polka Baumbach 

Mont Blanc Polka Jullien 

Jenny Lind Polka Wallerstein 

Diamond Schottische Sebache 

Rosalie Schottische Winner 

Rochester Schottische. Rullsou 

National Schottische D'Albert 

Mazurkas and Folka Mazurkas. 

Douce Peno^e Polka Mazurka D'Albert 

Suavita Mazurka Roubier 

Wanda Polka Mazurka Talejty 

Les Soiipirs Polka Mazurka D'Albert 

Sweetest Mazurka Roubier 

Reverie Mazurka Badarzewska 

Galops, Eedowas, Folka Bedowas, Varso- 
viennea. 

Brlelitea^ Eyes Galop Baumbach 

Ypsilanti Galop Regestein 

Storm Gallopade Bilse 

Lottie Polka Kedowa Bergmann 

J,a Redowii Burgmuller 

Uno Premier Amour Redowa Wallerstein 

Rippling Hill Varsovienne Montgomery 

Souvenir de Barcelona Varsovienne Carbon 

Quadrilles and Cotillons. 

Mardi Grns Quadrilles Scbuhert 

Agnea Sorcl Quadrilles Leduo 

Lancers' Quadrilles Schubert 

Caledonia Quadrilles Arlington 

Tntroducing 

My lovp, shp'n but a HR«io yet. 

There's nae luck nhnut the house. 

Campbells ore comin'. 

Farewell, bonnie Scotland. 

The Highland lassie. 
Operatic Quadrilles, Introducing 

Martha. 

n Trovatore. 

La Soonnmbula. 

I Purilani. 

Lucrezia Borgia. 
Columbian Quadrilles, introducing 

Star-pplang(ed Banner. 

Red, White and Blue. 

Adams and Liberty. 

Hail Columbia. 

Yankee Doodle. 
Silver I^ke Waltz Quadrilles, introdnclng 

Afteciion Waltz. 

Swiss Waltz. 

Silver Lake Waltz. 

Bavarian Waltz. 

Hop Waltz. 
Opera Waltz Quadrilles, introducing 

La Traviata. 



Tl Trovatore. 
Elisire d'Amore. 



Bohemian Polka Quadrille^, introducing 

Serious Family Polka. 

Baden Baden Polka. 

Zingam Polka. 

Little Jeannette Polka. 

Bohemian Polka. 
Mayfleld Polka Qundrlllea. introducing 

Silver Wreath Polka, 

Gip»ey Polka. 

Mayfield Polka. 

Moot Blanc Polka. 

Jenny Lind Polka. 
Polka Redowa Quadrilles, introducing 

La Reveuse Polka Redowa. 

Matilda Polka Kedona. 

Une Dame Patrouespe Polka Redowa. 

La Parquette Rnse Polka Redowa. 

La Viilageoise Polka Redowa 
Basket Cotillon, introducing 

Girl I left behind me. 

Comin' thro' the rye. 

Rosa Lee. 

Malbrook. 

Land of sweet Eiin. 
Medley Cotillon, introducing 

Paddy O'Rafferty. 

St. Patrick's Day. 

White Cockade. 

Wait for the Wagon. 

Rory OMore. 

Camptown Hornpipe. 
The Verdi Quadrille, introducing 

Di Oelosa Amor, from II TroTfttont. 

Di Provenzail Mar, from Traviat*. 

Libsmo ( We'll laugh and sing) " 

II bnlen del suo sorrisn. 

Dih ! rallentdte, e barbari. 

Dances, Hornpipes, Reels, &o. 

Highland Red. 

Original Banjo Dance. 

Celebrated Danish D<ince. 

La Manola 

The Shadow Dance, (Dinorah). 

Cdlege Hornpipe. 

DuruDg's Hornpipe. 

Fisher's Hornpipe. 

dear, whiit can the matter be 

Herr CHne's Daoce. 

Spanish Dance. 

The Waterman. 

Come, haste to the wedding. 

Soldier's Joy. 

Money Musk. 

Virginia Reel. 

Irish Washerwoman. 

Daose E^pagoole. 

Speed the Plough. 

Chorus Jig. 

Lord McDonald's ReeL 

The Rout. 

The Tempest. 

The Devil's Dream. 

The Cheat. 

Miss McLeod's Reel. 

Fairy Dance. 

Kendall's Hornpipe. 

Garry Owen. 

Paddy Carey. 

Arkansas Traveller. 

Lame Gosling, 

Banjo Dance. 

Highland Fling. 

Roy's Wife. 

KInlockof Kinlock. 

The Power of Mupic. 

Original Plantation Dance 

Scotlish Hornpipe. 

Hull's Victory. 

Larry O'Gaff. 



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H, MILLARD^S COMPOSITIONS. 



Airain as Eyoning 40 

All Praise be Thine 40 

And the Pnbllcan 60 

And There were Shepherds. (ChrisimM 

Anihems.) (El> & G) 76 

Bcnedlc. (B & G) 40 

Benedictns. (A) 40 

Bonuni Est. (G) 60 

Christ our Pnssoyer. (Easter Anthem) 76 

Come Uoly Spirit. (G) 40 

Come Holy Spirit. (E) 50 

Deus Misereatnr. (D) 60 

Fndine, Still Fading 85 

Father to Thee 40 

He is not Here 50 

How Pear Is the Thought 36 

I Heard a Voice. (Funeral Anthem)... 85 

In the Morning 85 

I will Arise. (Solo.) New 40 

Jubilate. (F,l.&C) 60 

Jubilate. (Stabat Mater) 76 

Lord whom Winds and Wares 50 

Lord, Remember David 60 

Magniflcat 1.25 

Mass in G. (Complete) 1.00 

Millard's Selections. (Book) 2.50 

0, Come, Everj One 40 

0, Rest in the Lord 40 

0, Salutaris. (Duett) 40 

0, where shall Wisdom 40 

S.ilve Regiua 60 

Shont the «lad Tidings 50 

Tnntum Eraro 60 

Te Deums. (Bl., C&F) 75 

The Chaplct. (Sundaj School Book) 50 

To Thee. (Baptismal Anthem) 40 

Three-Voice Service 1,00 

Venite. (Bl.) l.OO 

Vespers. (Complete) 2.00 

Veni Creator. (F & G) 40 

M&M&S, <6e, 

*A Turn'd Down Page 40 

*Allor ti Credero 50 

Across the Sands. (E & C) 60 

*Alas! 60 

Alone 40 

All Alone 85 

•Amalia. iTA k C) 60 

*America and Franco 60 

♦A Mother's Dream. (With Cello ob.) 60 

Ask me Again 40 

Ave Maria. (Gl 40 

Are Marin. (With Viniin ob.) so 

Ave Maria. (Contrallo) 40 

Ave Maria. (Duo) gO 

Aye Venim 40 

Baby Mine 40 

Be Thou ever Faithfol 85 

Bless your Little Heart 50 

•Blue and the Gray 40 



*Chanson du Solr. (Evening Song) 40 

•Caddie's Plalddie. (Scotch) 40 

Club Waltzes. (For Pinno Forte) 60 

•Darling 50 

Dear, Conlldlne; Heart 60 

•Dear Little Heart 40 

Don't you Cry so 30 

"Dreaming 50 

•Evening Song. (French ouJ English) 40 

Every Heart hath Its Secret 60 

♦Ebbing Tide. (EI.&F) 50 

♦Eyes of Blue 40 

Fairest of Flowers 86 

Far above the Daisies 40 

Far Away 35 

Flag of the Free 36 

Forget Not 50 

•For Yon 60 

God Bless our Native Land. (Ln Libert^) 50 

Grand Old Ocean 40 

Good-bye 40 

•Garden Gate 50 

Home and Friends 85 

♦Hope On 50 

•In the Valley 40 

•If you Love me, tell me so 50 

•I Love Thee 85 

It Might Have Been 85 

•I Love and am Beloved 36 

'I am thinking of Vou 40 

•If I were a Knight 40 

Jeannie 85 

King Fun 60 

•Kathleen of Kilkenny 40 

•Love hnt Me alone 50 

Life 35 

Light of Life 85 

Little Red Riding Hood. (Operetta)... 25 

"Lodge of Sorrow" Music 1.00 

Longing 50 

Love's Harp 60 

•Loving 60 

Lone 60 

Meeting 60 

•Jleeting at the Brookside 75 

•Men of " '76 " 40 

Milkmaid's Song 40 

My Charmer. (Ma Charmante) 50 

•My Galloping Steed. (B & A) 4o 

My Heart is Lone and Sad 35 

•My Love I My Own I ,50 

•My Pet 40 

♦Mountain Reverie, (For Pi«no Forte: 40 

♦My Loved One 50 

•My Ship Comes in. (.''oprano or Contrnlto.) 

(English nnd German.) 60 

♦'Neath the Grass and Daisies White 40 

♦Norah Acushia SO 

♦Nothing 50 

Not Yet 60 

+0ne Summer Eve. (Un Soir d'El«) 50 

0, Let Me Dream 85 

•One Little Kiss 50 

Our Nation's Song 85 

♦Outward Tide 50 

♦Only Mine 35 



*P'»>^ng 50 

•Patter of Little Feet 50 

♦Pretty Swallows, Fare yon weU go 

'(Jni Tollis ^o 

'(jneen of the Sea 50 

Remember or Forget. (Eiig. nnj French). 60 

♦Reverie de la Vallee. ( For Piano Forte) 60 

Roman Maiden 35 

Rose at the Window go 

Silver Threads of Song. (School Book) 50 

^•'fep'iig 60 

•Say not Farewell. (Fr. *Eng.) (EI>&F) 60 

•Ship Ahoy I (Duett) go 

Smile Once Again 35 

♦So Old. and yet so New 60 

'Sweetheart go 

♦Sumethiug of Paradise 50 

•Speak, oh I Speak to me again 60 

"The Summer Birds have Flown 40 

♦The Bell's Song so 

The By and By 30 

♦The Flower's Decision SO 

The Love-Bird 40 

The Mountain Miiid 50 

•The Pilot, (Duett) 50 

The Return so 

The Snow gg 

The Song Vou used to Sing 86 

The Tear 50 

The Tear. 1 Piano Transcription) 50 

The Wolf at the Door 35 

'Then I will Thee Believe SO 

♦Three Roses 40 

•Those Haunting Eyes 40 

♦Thy Name 60 

♦Trusting 60 

Two Can Play at that Game. Parlor 

Operetta.) Complete or Separate 1.26 

•Two Pictures 60 

Under the Daisies 40 

Vivii I'America 36 

Vocalist's Text Book. (Iniimction) 2.75 

♦We Shall Meet Again. (Eng. and Frenchj 

(G anfl F>) 40 

^Waiting, (Italian or German,) SO 

•Watching 60 

♦Weeping 60 

Whate'er Betide 60 

'When the Tide comes in. (I) S E; 50 

•When Swallows come again 60 

Where l- 40 

Whether or No 40 

•Whispering Tide 60 

Why 1 60 

Why should I Love thee? 40 

•Why should I he Sad i 40 

Would that I were there 85 

♦Who Knows! 40 

Will you keep one Sweet Kiss 40 

We'll bide together Slill 40 

You may Pet me 40 



DEBORAH! 

( Opera (n Tour Actt, ) 

Complete, or 37 separate Numbers, 
with Italian and English words. 



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Choice Songs for Low Voices. 



MY LITTLE "WOMAN. Geo. L. Osgood. Price 40 cents. 

mf Aduyio csutiUtiulo. jiuco ten. crts. a<i lib. J a Itinpo.'- 

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The bine bells beck" each passing bee. The wildwood laughs to the (lowered yej r 






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Do you tliink of thi^ friends tha are feone 



Jean-nie, As you sit 
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at night, 
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Quitar. 



PHILAOA. 



B O S T O IV s Piano, 

Published by OLIVER DITSON & CO., 277 Washington St. 



NEW YORK. 



BOSTON. 



CHICACO. 



C. W. A. TacMPiEE. John Chckch, jb. C. H. DITSON & CO. J. c. Ukmu & Co. Ltos & Huir. 




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A BALLAD. 

Composed by H. MILLARD, 

Author of " Vlya I'Amirloa," "VHj doea my htart itUl dgli," (tk 
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May be throbbing within a fond heart, 
When list'ning to whip-poor-will's singing, 

For a twelve-month will never depart ; 
So then we will meet in the woodland. 

Far away from the hurrying throng, 
And whisper our love to each other, 

When we hear the first whip-poor-will's song. 
IFltp-jwor-ictH, &o. 



And in the long years of the future, 

Though our duties may part us awhila, 
And on the return of this evening, 

We be severed by many a mile ; 
Yet deep in our bosoms we'll cherish 

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Minster 5ong, The. High voice in C min.. Med. voice in G min. 

Night Has a Thousand Eyes, The. High voice In G 

Phantom Horseman, The. Bass voice in F 

Village Blacksmith. The. Bas.'s voice in Dl" 



,40 
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Duets. 

P.yen^tttm 'l\\\\ mo or Tenor, and Baritone in F . 
Hark, Hark, My Soul. Soprano or Tenor, and Baritone in F 
My Faith Looks Up to Thee. Mezzo-Sop. and Baritone in i 
Twilight. Alto and Baritone in A 



Duets. 

Now the Silver Moon. Soprano and Baritone In Al» .60 

Ring On, Sweet Bells. Tenor and Baritone In BS- . 

Star of Love on Evening's Brow Hath Smiled, Tlic. 

Soprano and Baritone in B^' . . -60 

Thou Art Mine. Soprano and Baritone in Dk .50 



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Words by 
CHARLOTTE ELLIOTT. 



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Selected Songs 

By standard COMPOSERS 



Ncvin, (i. U. 

•Hills of God. 




Pratt, Silas U. 

Egyptian Lullaby. 




KofcUIiK, M.AK'IIN. (CoillU.Uetl. f 

Now Open My Heart. 










Lay Thy Cheek. 

Mez/o soprano or Imritone 

One Word is Too Oft Profaned. 




•Minster Song. 




....40 
....50 




Soprano or tenor in C miu 

Alto or baritoue iu O miu 

Phantom Horseman. 


Purdy. McCracken M. 

Love's Repose. 

Medium voiee 




Sleep of the Jasmine. 






1" 
5» 




Cootrultoaud basb 


Spanish Serenade. 




* Eternal City. 

Medium voice 

.•Hark! Hark? My SouUDueti. 

Sopraiiooi tenor mitl Imiiioin: 


Purrington, Lily 

For Love's Dear Sake. 


•Suffer Little Children. 




*Ave Verum Corpus. 

("Geutly. Lord. Oil Oently I.cad us.") I.al 
and KuKlish words. Trauseribcd from M 
zarl. Medium voice 

With violin or 'cello obligato. 




*My Faith Looks Up to Thee 
Diift, Mezzo tioprauo aud baritone. . . 




11 

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Kandegger, A. 

•Save Me. O God. 
Soprano or Iciior in H;. 








Osgood, (ieo. L. 


Koscwig, A. H. 

The Diver. 




Brown Eyes Hath that Little Maiden. 


Alto or bass ii: E>; 


..■.50 

...50 
...30 




SoprniiuiuC 


•0 Salutaris. 

Sojirano or teuor 




Coming. 

Sojirano in Ai».. 


Richardson, J. Howard 

D^ncath the Stars. 
Medium voiee 

Love's Dilemma 

Medium voiee.... 

*Within that Holy City. 




Down the Shadowed Lane She Goes. 

Soprano or tenoi m i 
Mezzo soprano in 1- 
Alto or baritone iit D 


50 
■50 

J" 
35 

-60 

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Koma 

That Day. 








Flower May Hide Its Lovely Face. 


Sapio, Komualdo 

Why Don't You Come Again? (Waltz Sor 

Medium voice. Knglish ami italiuu \vord> 

Sicilian Serenade. 

Mediinu void-. Huylish uud Italian word^ 

Night before May Day (Serenade.) 

Meiluim'voiie 




AUoor baiiii iu A 

My Little Woman. 
Teuor iu Kt> 




4« 

....50 


K( 


Roeder, Martin 

Ah. Could Youth Remain. 
-opriino ui tenor 

Chalice of the Lily. 




Shadow. 
CoDtralto in U 
Soprano lu 1- . . 






Day of Love. 

Medium voii-e 

Eternal Love 

Sopiuuo or tenor .. . . 

Harlequin's Serenade. 
Soprano or leuor 

In Grateful Shade Thou Sleepest. 

I.iillnby. Sopiauo ot teuor 

Love's Dream. 
Coutralto or baritoue ... 

Maids of Cadiz. 




Paine. John K. 

Early Springtime. 


Sawyer, Frank 

In Springtime. 

Sopiauu or tenor 

Love's Yearnings 

Soprano or tenor 

Shine On, O Stars, 




I Wore Your Roses Yesterday. 




Matin Song. 

Me/?o soprano oi- tenor 




Moonlight. 
Soprauo m tenor. Gerniuu aud English won 


The World is Fair. 






'Twas in the Glorious Month of May 

Soprauo or tenor 

When Both Our Hearts. 

Medium volt <- ■■- 




Pattison, J. N. 




Patti Waltz Song 
Soprauo 


Moon Shines Clear. 




Couirullu 


Nea. 






Schnecker, P. A. 

*Take My Life and Let it Be. 

Soprano or tenor iu I> 

Alto or baritoue iu Bt» 

At The Church Gat. 

Baritoue 




Perry. Francis \V. 

•I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say, 


Neapolitan Serenade. 

Mrzzo soprano or baritone. 

Night Thought. 

Mezzo soprano or baritone 

Sacred Songa Markeil • 


■1" 


Low voice in I- 





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THE HOLY CITY 



Words by 
K E WEATHERLY. 



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Abt, Fnuui, Op 61S. S SongL e. g. Com- 
plete. Sop 10 n 

No L Spriug's Avakeaiag. (Rown- 

telU 35 

No. i Love's Rictae*. (Ueticheiu 

Relobtham.) 36 

No 3. Id Ttaurtngli's WuodB. (Im 

Thuringer Wald.) 8S 

lUvagro, A. L., C||<^ <!' Amor (Song 

of Love ) Sop. C. AltuBi), each.. 85 
Ar41U, L., L'ArdlU. V>lw brill I. t b. 

SopL At>, Alto G. escb 60 

L'IocaotiLtrk«. (Tlie BocbaDtrese.J 

Val«e canUbUe. i c. Sop. 0, M.- 

Sop. F, eacb 75 

P»rl» ! (Speak I) Vaisc cBant^. t 

t e. Sop. D, M.-8op. C, each 76 

Bach, L. E., Cradle Song. (Wiegenlled.) 

.Sop. A, M.-8op. Oreach 36 

Ballo, n., Salve Maria. I. e. Sop. Ah, 

.M.-8op. F, each 

SaitJetl, H. N. , A heaatMiu Vision .... 

Come unto me. Sacred Song. Sopu 

F, Alto^, each 

Laughing Eyes. Concert Song. M.- 

Sop 

8 sacred Songs for Alio : 

No. 1. I heard the Voice 

No, 2. Nearer, my God, to Thee. . . 

No. 3. Junt ae I am ai 

The same tran^jposed for Sop. 

Besdel.F., Cradle Song. ( An der WIege.) 

Slip Bt), Alto A>, each 35 

Biaet, G., Arabia. (Adieux de I'HOtcsse 
urabe.) f . e. Sop. Cm., Alto Am., 

each , 

Berceuse. (Cradle Soug.) f. e. Sop. 

F, Alto EVeacb 

Paatorale. (Givlug and Taking.) t e. 

Sop. Fui., Alto Em. , each 

Blumenthal, J., Ansvrera. Sop. F. Alto 

£■>. eacb 

Love, the Pilgrim. Sop. F, Alto a, 

each 

— — Venetian Boat Song. e. I. Sop. D, 

Alto B!>, each 

Bradsky, Th., Thon art mine all (Dn 
blEt iiiein All.) Sop. Gl>, M.-Sop. 

E, Alio D, each 

Btaga, G., Ninetta. (Ninon.) Seine 

draoiatlque I f. e 50 

Sereoata. (Angel's Sereuade.) I.e. 

Sop. G, Alto E, eacb SO 

Brahms, Joh., X)i\ aweet mr Love. 
(Wie biat da, meioe Kdnlgfo.) Sop. 

B>, Alto Dj, eacb 40 

Falthfuiuesfi. (Liebeatreue. ) Sop. 

or Alto, each . . 25 

The vaia Suit. •Verffeblichefe Stflnd- 

chen. ) Sop. ur Alto, each 36 

Brttll, l«. There wns a Las.*:. (Eg war 'ne 

MjW.) Sop, E. Alto D, each 

To u Butterlfy. (An deo Schmetter- 

ting.) Sop. .\, Alto G, each 

Bock, Dudley, The merrr brown Tbruab. 
Sop. G, M.-Sop F,'AltoE, each... 

3 Sacred Songs for Alto : 

No. 1. M>- Pilgnnioge 50 

" 2. Through Peace to Ugbt .... 60 
" 3. Light ol the better tfoming. 60 

Tho same, transpoaed for Soprano, 

each 50 

Camplsllo, P. F., Doubting Romance. 

M.-Siip 35 

Catacrlolo, I,., Alaal Sop. F, M.-Sop. 

E>, *;nch 35 

Garmlohael, J. A., Across the Sea to 

Thee. Sop. or Ten 60 

Champion, S., Gaily I wander. Sop. Ei> 65 

The same foi .H.-Sop. C 60 

Chopin, Fr., Ainio-mol. (Love me.) Ma- 
Jurko, nrr. Uy P. Vlardot. e. t. g. 

Sop or Alto, each 50 

Llthoaiiiau Song. (Lithauisohes 

Lied) Sop F, Alto Ej, each.... 35 

The Maiden's Wi-b. (M&dohen's 

Wunseh) Sop. A, Alto G, each.. . 86 

L'Olselet. (The BIrdllng.) Arr. by 

P. Vlanlot. !. c. g. Sop. Am , Alto 
Gm., each 

Coirn, Garrett, Persian Serenade M.- 



35 



60 



86 



Densa, L., AmamI I (Love me !) 1. 

Sop. Eh, M -Son. D, each 10 60 

FuulcuU-funicuIft. L o. Sop. F, M.- 
Sop. Ei>, eacb 1 00 

Je ue voua aime pna I (1 love you 

not!) f. I. e. Sop. G, M.-Sop. F, 
Alto Q), eacb 50 

Maijtneritej Sop. E», Alto C. each. 50 

Occhlneri. (Eyoaof Baiel ) I. e.Sop. 

or Alto, each 

81 tu m'aimals 1 (If thou didst love 

me !) f i. e. Sop. E. M.-Sop D, 

AltoC each 

Dick, C, Farewell, If ever fondest 

Prayer. Sop A7, M -Sop. F, each, 

Donizetti, G., ''No' omera la bruna 

Chioraa.'' (There shall grace her 

Raven Tresses.) Scene e Cavatlna. 



60 



SO 



1 00 



35 



SO 



36 



40 
Coomba, Ch. W., Break! Break! Bar.. 50 

Good-ulghL, beloved 35 

Cornell, J. H., Lend, kindly Light. 
Hymn. M. Sop. Solo with Choms 

. nd lib QQ 

Saviour, Source of every blea'slng. 

Uymu. Contralto Solo (with last 

Veree as Ciuarlel ad lib.) 50 

Cowan, F. H., Aunade. (Momln 
uado ) Sop K, Alto D. eacb 

ChUdren's H> 

each 

Never again. Sop G, Alto ^, ca(ih 

Who knows. Sop. F, Alto I5>, each 

»•»»«, Pel., La. Pbbm »d B»*bil: 
' Charmant Olseau." (.Thou brill- 
Uut Bird.) f. e. Sop. 0, Alto E, 
each 

B«Tl», A. J., The One Is mine! (Die 
Hne lit main!) Alto E. Sop. 0, 



Paa>e, J., Safe Szed on High. Credo. 
With Piano, t. e. Sop. C, Alto Bs 

each 50 

The same. \Vith Piano and Organ 

ad lib. Sop. or Alto, each 60 

Souplra. (Sighs.) f. e. Sop. F, 

AltoD.each SO 

Feaca, Alex., In Springtime. (Im Frtth- 

llng.) Sop. or Alto, each 86 

Fnmagaili, I.., Serenade. (Spanish Stu- 
dent.) 35 

Gaili J., Maiden with the Lips so rosy. 
(M&dchen mit dem rotbeu Miiud- 

cheu.)... 35 

Gastaldon, S., Moslca prolblhi. (For- 
bidden Music.) I. e. Sop. A, M.- 
Sop. G, each 60 

Gericke, W., My Messengers. (Melne 

Boteu.) Sop. i^, Alto C, each. ... 36 
Supplication. (Bltic.) Sop. E, M.- 
Sop. D, each 35 

Gilchrist, W. W., A Dirge for Summer. 

M.-Sop 60 

A Song of Doubt and s Song of 

Faith. M.-Sop 66 

Bugle Song. Sop. G, Alto F, each.. 50 

Dream, Baby, dream. Cradle Song. 

M-S., . 25 

How many Thoughts. Sop. F, M.- 
Sop E',,eacli 36 

Sing I Sing ! Sop. D. Alto C, each, 50 

The two Villages. Sop. or Alto, 

each 50 

Gloraa, P., La Stella dl Nevada. (The 

NevudaStar.) Sop. D^ i.e. 100 

Vien mio bene. (Come, my dearest.) 

Volier. Sop. Bt), M.-Sop. G, each. . 75 
Godard, B., Lcs Adienx du Bergcr. 

(The Shepbei-d's Farewell, ) f. e. . . 50 

L'Amour. (Love.) f. e. 85 

Chanson arabe. (Arabian Song.) f. e. 

Sop Gm, M Sop. Em, each 30 

Chanson de Berger. (Song of the 

Shepherd.) f . e 35 

Chanson de Florlan. (Floriau's Song.) 

fe 35 

Dites-moi, (Tell me now.) f. e... 50 

Embai-(juez-vous[ (On Board.) f e. 36 

— Fleur d'Exll. (Flower in Exile ) f. e. 

Sop, E5. M.-Sop. Di), each 50 

Je ne veux pas d'autres choses. 

(Naught else.) 35 

La Sicste. (The Siesta. ) f. e 50 

Te ."iouviens-tu ? (Dost thou remem- 
ber V) 35 

Le Voyageur. (The Traveller) f. e. 75 

6 Villuuelics. (Spring Songs.) 1. 

April, 2 Spring's Retuin, 3 The 
Fairest One. 4, Roundelay. 3, 
Annette. 0. The Bee. Complete. 
f c ..net, 75 



Gambert, F., First Song (Das crstc 

LleU) Sop E^, M Sop. C, eacb. ^ SO 

Oh ! Us Heaven ! (Oruss' didi Gott, 

du holder Schatz.) Sop, A>.\AUo 

F, each.,,- 35 

Hall, Wm. H. A., Farewell ! M.-Sop. 35 

Hartoiann, L., The Evening Bells. (Die 

Abeodglocken.) 86 

Hearlon, P.,F>r froniBome. (Loin dn 
Pays.) Tyroltenne. Sop. D, M.- 
Sop. C, each 50 

Hlller, F., Hearken to the NIghUngala, 
IDoitblu will Icli I Sop. E, Alto 
C, each ."» 

Bodges, Faastina Hasse, A Psalm of 

Life. AJto A-}, Sup. Ht. cuch 

Hofkiaiin, H., Tristram and Iseult. 
(Tristan u. Isolde.) Sop, P», Alto 
£>, each 



50 



35 

Winds ut Rest (DieMcere) 35 

H6lcel, G., BIrdllng within my Heart 
(Hub in der Brust eln Vogelem. ) 

Sop. or Alto, each 35 

Ingraham. R., I arise from Dreams. Sop. 
or I'enor At), Alto or Bar. F, 

eacb 60 

The Owl and the Pu8«y-Cat 50 

Jensen, A., Favorite Songs : 

No. 1. Oh, by thy Cheek on mine. 
^Lebn' deine Wnug' an meioe 



Wang' ) Sop. F. Alto Do, each. 
No. 2. Muruiuriug Zephyr. 



25 



20 Songs.. net, 1 50 
(Die 

50 

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50 



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Home. Sop S), Alto D^, 



60 



90 



each. 



60 



50 



Serenade. (Stindchen.)' Sop. jf ji- 

Sop. D.each .......". 38 

Delikea, L., Bon Jour, SnionI (Good 

Day, Soaune 1 1 f. e . 
Co«*LU. Walts, e. f. Sop. ifi). Alio 

C, each 

LutMi : ■• od v„ ,a jeune indoae.'' 

(Indiau Bell Sonit ) f. e. Son. Km. 

M.-Sop. Dui.. each ; ' 

2 Serenades No 1. Serenade U. Ruy 

Bias (Chant desLevandlArea.)!. ^ 

««. a. Serenade to Ninon. (A qnoi 



Godard>8oug-Albuni. 
Goldmark, C, At the Spring. 
(Quelle. J Sop. or Alto, each 
GOtze,C.,0 happy Dav. (O schoneZelt.) 

Sop. Bj, M.-Sop; Ai>, each 

Goanod, Ch., A la Brise. (Whisper of 

uie ) Mjdrigal. f. e. 

Au RoRsignol (To the Nightingale ) 

f. c. Sop. G, M.-Sop. F. Alto D, 

each ... 

BoWro. f. i e. Sop. Gm. M.- Sop. 

FSni , Alto Fm, each... 65 

Glory 10 Thee my God. An Even- 
ing Song. Contralto Bo. Bur. C, 

M.-Sop. D, Sop. or Ten. E>, each, 60 
Jerusalem f. e. Sop. E, M -Sop. D, 

Alto C. each go 

The King of Love my Shepherd is. 

Contralto C. Bar D Sop. F, each, 
PoLrnrcTB: "A Vesta porteis.'' 

(Now to VesU ) Sop. Aft. Alto F, 

«* 35 

Do Barcarolle, f . e. Ten. Bt>, Bar. 

A(). each 50 

Power and Love, from " Rbdsmp- 

TIOK." M.-Sop SO 

Prl^re. (If you but knew.) f. e. 

Sop Dm , ilto Cm., each .' 

RsHiE DE Saba : " Plus grand dans 

son OUicurit* " (More regal In 

his low Estate.) f. e. Sop D, M.- 

Sop, C, eacb 

3«uM le I ( Without tliee )' ' i.' f .' e! 

Sop. E, Alto D, each . . 

Sone of the HearL Sop. F»m. f. e. 

Tumalmesl (Touloveme') f e. 

Sop. C, .M.-Sop B), .Vlto Ai,, each 
The Wurker. Sop. Dm., Alto Cm., 

each 

Graben-Hoffmann, My Peace Is gone. 

(Meine Rub' 1st hin.) Sop. Dm., 

Alio Cm, each 

Grieg, E., The Pnncees. (Die Prin^ 

zesslo. J 35 

Grleg-Albom. 48 Songs, e. g. 8vo. i 

Vols , each net, $1.00; bound hi 2 

. Volt^ each net, 2 00 

GDuaud, E., PiccouNO: "Soriente'^ 

(•_' Sorrento.") 1. L e. Son. D. Altn 



50 



SO 



36 



50 



SO 



(Mui^ 
meludes Liiftcbeo.) Sop. (}^, 

Alto E!>, each 50 

No. 3. Can you tell f (Welsst du 
Doch ?) Sop. D, Alto B:>, each. ... 35 

No. 4. Marie, eg '35 

No. 5. Old Heidelberg, thou fair 
one. e.g. Bass D, Ten. G each. 50 
No. 6. Margretn. (M:ircieth am 
Thore ) Ten. Th. Bar. W. each ... 50 
No. 7, By Manzanares. (Riberlcas 
del Rio.) Sop. D, Alto Dr), each. . 50 
Jensen-Albom. e. g. 8vo. So?, or 
Alto. 7 Vols., each net, flOO; 

bound, each net, 1 75 

Joknes, IHrs. Edtv. R,, Longing 86 

Jordan, J., A Vcnetinn Serenade.. .. 35 

Lo\c'» Philosophy Teu.. Bur., eacb, 40 

Kantz, J., Hear my Praver. God. 

SoiJ. Gm, Alto Fm., eacb 35 

BJeroif, Hal/dau, Album of 48 Songs. 
'Tntnslatlou by T. Marzials. 8vo. 3 

Vols., each net, 1 SO 

LastNixhu (Sehnsacht.) Sop. A|>, 

Alto Ei>, each 25 

Klein, B. O., Song Album. It Songs. 

c. g. 8\o Sop. or Alto, each net, 100 
Kontski, A. de. Dream of Love. Sop. 50 
Lassen, Ed., Thine Eyes so blue, f e g. 

Sop. Ad, M.-Sop. G!), Alto F, each.. SO 
Lassen-Albnm, 43 Songs, e. g. 8vo. 
Sop» or Alto, i Vols., each net, 

$1.00; bound, cuch net, 1 75 

The same, in separate Numbers, 

each 25c to SO 

Le Jeune, G. F., Fannie's Cnrls. Sop. 

G, M,-8op. F, each 50 

Liszt, Franz, " There is an Hoot of hol- 
lowed Pence." Adapted by W. K. 

Bassfoid. Sop 86 

Lund, J., Musician's Love. (Muslkan- 
teD-Litbc) A Cycle of 4 Songs : 
No, I. The Musiciau and Dame Mel- 
ody. (.Musikus uud Muslku.) 35 

No. 2. Greetings. (Oriisse.). 35 

No. 3. Musician's Evening Praver 
(Kllngeud Nachtgebet.) With Vio- 
lin 50 

No. 4. Happiness. (Glflck.) 50 

naofbrlene, M. R., Marguerite so fair. 36 
Mackny, Ph., Moontlde. Barearolle. . . 50 
Alarchaut, A. W., It may not be! Sop. 

or Alto, each SO 



Soft, soft Winds. . w 

Ralf , J ., Songs e g 1 

^:M.|:irti?f^^-Bo, 

|e ilJ'-CoX'e.^- 
teach." .*•""• ««■»«> Aio 

Hand, Josephine, 8«od-mormw.' Son' 
Dd, M.aop, A, each 



IHarzo, E., Per chl ? (For whom ?) i. e. 

Serenade "O tliati were a Bird.". 

Mnssenrt, J., Elcgie. f. e. Sop. Fm., 

Alto Em . , each 

Happy Children. (LesEnfontt.) e. 

t. Sop G, M.-Sop. F, AltoE, each 

HiBODUDK : " n est doux." (He is 

kind) Sop. E!>, M.-Sop. C. each.. 
Serenade to Mtgnon. 1. f. e. M.Sep. 

C, Ten D, each . 

ideyer-Hellniund, E., A slight Mis- 
take. lEin kleiue. Vemebsn ) Sop. 
or Alto, each 

Betraval. (Verratii) Sop, E, Alto 

D, each , 

Forsaken. (Das verluaa'ne MAd- 

ehen.) Sop. or Alto, each . 

I ne'er should have thought. (HAtt* 

es nlmmergedaeht.) Sop. or Alto, 

each 

Maiden's Song. (MWchenlled.) Sop. 

A. AltoG, each 35 

Old German Love Rhyme, (Alt- 

d>fus»ehei- Liebrsreim.) Sop. O, 

Alto E, each 35 

Moderati, C, Da tc lontano. (From 

thee afar ) Sop. E!>, Alto C, each. 
La Parlenia. (Parting.) Romania. 

M.-Sop so 

Seiua dl te! (Severed from thee!).. 30 

Aloor, Eman., Love's Delight. (Lie- 

h'^sllick.) 50 

Nevin, E. W., Serenade. Sop. (or M.- 
Sop ) .':,: 

P4lz, Ed., Radiant Eyei'. (Das Franen- 
auge.) WaluSong. Sop. A, Alto 
G, each 

Ponchlelli, A... Gioconda : L« Cleca. 



as 



50 



35 



SO 



Reinecke, C., The golden Rlnir'let. ' ,'a ' 

deuRlug) Sop. F, Alto'D U*" ,, 

"'''""B'^L^-.'^-r »-"•"• (Da. 
Richmond, F. G., In after Years!' « 
Rlegg, C., I alone can tell. (Das »,i„ 
nm^ieballeln., ^^T^XZt 

"'"''"F,'fv™o%^i""T°l'''"»"'^' " 

Ronalds, M. F., Ever near...!!! S 

Rubinstein, A., Album of 60 Songs! e 

— ■i^cs«ne,bonnd;.,-.v.-.v;,..::;;:iJ«« 

Sachs, Jol., Serenade for Tenor with 
Orchestra or Piano Ace. e. x'with 

Piano •*■ *" 

Orchestral parte.'.'.'.'. „.; , J? 

Semet, T., G.l Blas^ Serenade. I e 'm^ ' "" 

^P :. 89 

Sptcker, Max, Th(! Voice of SdiIm 

( Fi iihliUgstrost) Sop. or Teo . _ m 
Sponholtz, A. H., Beneath my Tiad 

g. c. Sop- P, Alto Bj, euch .' jo 

Stephsns, E., My Woslem Home ss 

Strelezki, A.,A Secret. BaUad. 8op 

or M.-Sop., each jj 

— A Tale of Love. Ballad. Sop. or 

M.-Sop, each 35 

—^ Broken Vowp * 50 

Days of Tore. Ballad. Sop .ir M.- 
Sop.. each 3j 

Dearest Hesrt, Farewell I Komantc 3S 

Dreams. Ballad. Sop. D, M.-8op. 

C, each jb 

. Expectation. Sop. or M..8opL, 

each 85 

False Love. Ballad 85 

May Winds. Sop. or M.-Sop., each, 85 

Morning Serenade to MlgnoD . 50 

My Bride. Ballad. Sop. or M.-8»pi, 

each 25 

Tell me not. Waltz Song. 3op. &, 

M.-Sop. C, each SO 

To-morrow. Balhid. Sop. D, it- 
Sop. C.eacb 85 

The Vision 86 

Wooing Ballad. Sop. F, M.-8op. 

E»>, eucb 96 

8app6, F. von. Naught else?' (Soutt 

nicbts "1 Bar. F, Ten A|^ each.... 65 

SWBniSB SONO FROM A DaLESABLIAK 

Dance. Sop. or Alto, each 85 

Tballon, R., My Bonnie wee Rose 85 

Tosti,F. P., Ave Maria, i.e. Sop. A, 

M.-Sop G, Alto F, each 85 

■ Clmoson de Fortunio. f. e. flop. 

Bd, M. So]) Ao, Alto F, each w 

DN-rooi done ! (Tell me I) f. !•«■ 

Sop. A'), Alio F, each » 

Ideale. (My Ideal.) I. e. Sop. A, 

M.-Sop, G, Alto F, each 

It came with the meriy May, Love. 

(Epbemereal. ) Sop. Ab, M.-3op. 

F, Alto ib, each " 

Oh6Mam4l (Love's Dream!) 1. »• 

Sop. Ep, Alto Dl), each •■•■ '" 

Preghiera. (Prayer.) 1. e. Sop «», 

M^op D. Alto C.eacb. - 
Yesterday. Sop, 0), M.-Sop, ». 

Bar, C, Ba«8Bi>, each , _ 

Tours, B.,Thc Gate of Heaven, Alto 

D, M,-3op, Eb. Sop. F, each 

Hymn to the Angels. 8ocred Song. 

(With Harmonium or Organ aJ no- 1 

Sop . Bi), Alto A'>, each . . ^^ . • ■ - 
The three Singers. Sop », Alto 

C, each ,," 

Vogrlch,MBx,TheClover81o6»om8kH8 

thy feet Ten. 0, Bar , each----- 

Happy am I Sop. or Teu. C, Alto 

or Bar. A>, each i; ■ ' ' W" i im 

— Holy Night. Sop. or Teu. F, Alto 

or Bar E£), eacb 

— Thy true Heart. K"- ■;--U\,mL 
When in my Dreams I mMt )"* 

Sop. or Ten. E, M.-8op. or Bar t. ^ 

men two Hearts drift "sunder^ Sop- 

or Ten. F. Alto or Bar. D, '"\- 
Wagner, Rich., MaisiEBsiNoat for „ 
oar's Address. « J!^. ?f V«n Bb^ 

RlBNZl: Prayer, (flebet) Teo.BD. „ 

Bar A*, Bass F, each ■-■ 

TannhXcsek: "O thou sub^BS 

sweet Evening Star." e. I g »"• ^ 

G, Base Et,, Ten. *•. f«° - so'^g^ 

Walkijrb: SI«gmoud'8Loi<^»»°S ^ 

«, g, Teo. or Bur., each.....-- 
Walln.Vfis'V, A., Spring ^-^^JX 

hu^nwesung ) Sop. w, "-^i- 86 

WalterTK-.P^po^^-^P^' *';-'"':' g 
Warm^hrc^'DldstthoukuowlM^So. 

F WG.AlWE,«eb.- ..^, 

Weber, C. Ill; V, ^gio F 'uto B). ,^ 
Fjllma." I. e. BoP- '• •» 

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Adams, Clins. R. The Lord's Prayer. Mez. Sop. or Bar 23 

Ambrose, R. S. One sweetly solemn thought. Mez. Sop. or Bar. .35 

Bailey, Eben U. Guard rae tlirough the Night 

Bailey, Eben H. Humbly licf'ore Thy throne. 

Bailey, Eben H. Throw wide the Portals, 

(Christmas.) 
Becker, R. Easter Soup;. Sop. or Ten. . . 

Blnmeiischein, W. L. dome unto me. Alto 35 

Brown, 0. R. 0, that thou liadst hearkened. Mez. Sop. or Ten. .35 
Brown, O.B. Therefore the redeemed of the Lord. Alto or Bar. .40 
Brown, 0. B. Wliat arc these that are (Sop. orTeu, in Dl>j gj 



jSop. or Ten. in Gl 
I Con. or Bar. in F| 
j Sop. or Ten. in B^\ 
I Con. or Bar. in G) 
JSO]!. or Ten. in FJ 
I Con. or Bar. in D | 



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.40 

.35 
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Cliadwick, 0. W. When our heads are bowed with woe. Mez. Sop. 
Chadwick, 0. W. Mother dear, Jerusalem. Mez. Sop. or Sop. 
Cliadwick, 0. W. Let not your heart be troubled. Mez. Sop. or Alto 
Cheliiis, Herman P. It passeth knowledge. Sop. or Ten. . . . 
Cirillo, V. Ob, Thou who dry'st the mourners tears. Sop. or Ten. 
Crowninsbield, Mary B. There is a land mine jSop. or Ten. in G] 
eye hath seen. 1 Cnn. or Bar. in Et> | 
Crowninshield, Mary B. The Star of Bethlehem, (Christmas) 

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Crowninshield, Mary B. Via Cruris. Sop. or Ten 25 

Christ Arisen, (Easter) . . • |il ^.S; jn d) ■*« 
From the cross uplifted high. Sop. or Ten. . . .40 

Just as I am. Sop. or Ten 50 

Inspirer and Hearer of Prayer. Con. or Bass. . .35 
My Shepherd will supply my need Sop. or Ten. .35 
There is an eye that never sleeps. Sop. or Ten. .35 

Arthur In heavenly love abiding. Sop. or Ten 35 

Arthur Come, said .lesus' sacred voice. Sop. or Ten. . .25 

Arthur Now and Afterward. Sop. or Ten 35 

Uenshaw Ave Maria. Sop. or Ten 60 

Dana, Hensbaw Salutaris Mez. Sop. or Alto 40 

Dana, Henshaw Salve Regina. .^.Ito or Bar 50 

Federlein, G. Come ye that know 35 

Federlein, (i. Lo the day of rest declineth 35 

Frank, J. W. Wait thou still. Alto or Bar 36 

Gounod, Chas. Entreat me not to leave thee. Sop. or Ten. . . .50 

Gradwell, Alex. Ave Maria. Sop. or Ten 35 

Hascsll, W. F. Kyrie Eleison. Sop. or Ten 33 

In heavenly love abiding. Alto or Bass 40 

He is thy Lord. Alto or Bass 60 

His love is everlasting. Alto or Bass 50 

Glory to Thee. Alto or Bass 40 



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Jecko, Steven H. Art thou weary, art thou languid. Sop. or Ten 
King, R. God's sheltering care. Mez. Sop. 

Lynes, F. Fear not, ye seek Jesus, (Easter. 



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Love not the world. Sop or Ten 35 

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Marston, 0. W. The Homeland. Sop. or Ten .35 

Marston, G. W. Still with Thee, my God. (Duett) Sop. and Alto .40 

Marston, G. W. Slowly by God's hand unfurled. Alto 40 

Marston, G. W. The Land of Peace (Duett). Sop. and Alto . .40 
Marston, G. W. Hail to the Monarch. Christmas. (Duett) . . .65 
Mendelssohn, F. But the Lord, He leadeth. Sop. or Ten. . .40 

Mendelssohn, F. Thou who dost turn. Sop. or Ten .50 

Meyer, L. As thy wav'ring footsteps. Sop. or Ten .35 

Nemo, B. Cradle Hymn of the Virgin. Sop. or Ten 50 

Nicholl, H. W. Shout the Glad Tidings. (Christmas.) jl^fo or Bar) '^^ 
Norris, Homer A. Once in royal David's City. (Christmas.) 

Mez. Sop. or Alto 36 

Norris, Homer A. Supplication. Sop. or Ten 35 

Parker, H. W. There is a land of jiure delight. Sop. or Ten. .60 

Parker, H. W. Rest. Sop. or Ten 40 

Parker, J. C. D. Eye hath not seen. Alto 35 

Parker, J. C. I). He that is mighty. Soprano 40 

Parker, J. C. D. And there shall be no more Curse (Duett) 

Sop. and Ten 60 

Raff Ave Maria, with Violin Obligato. Contralto 65 

Roelofson, E. B. Christmas Lullaby. Mez. Sop 25 



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Art thou weary. Sop. or Ten .50 

Peace I leave with you. Sop. or Ten 50 

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Impromptu-Caprice, (i 

The Mill-Wheel (Characti'ristii' sketcli) 

Slumber Song. B '» 

March. D 

Gavotte. B rain 

Hoinanza 

Souvenir de Baviere. Xo. 1 

Souveuir de Bavi6re. No. 2 .... 
Souvenir de Baviere. No. 3 .... 

.\riers Songs from -The Tempest" 50 

A night in Spain. A min 40 



Album Leaf. F. 
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Ave Maria. G' (di— g?) . . 
Tlie Boat of my lover. G min 

Days are long. F (c — f) 

Don't forget. B? (d— f) 

Milkmaid's Song. Gmiu (d — f) 

Cavalier's Soug. C (c— d) 

Oh! heart of my heart. G min. (d — g) . . . 
The Promise. D> (dp— f) ......... 

Lonely. Dj (c~<) 

Douglas, my Douglas. Mezzo Sop. C (c — d) . 
It came upon the Midnight clear. (Christmas). 

Sop. A" (ei — a ') 

Alto F (c— f) 

.fesus, Lover of ray soul. Gi" (d'— e^) . . . 
His Love shines over all. D^ (et> — g'i . . . 

The Homeland. F (f— g) 

Love not the World. G if! — g) 

The Lullaby divine. E min. (d— e) 

Morning Star. E ? (e > — g) 

My God and Father, while I stray. Sop. G i,d — gi 

Alto. Df- (ai[Iow]— d>) 26 

The old Clock on the stairs. D) (e? — e ^) . . 35 

Segovia and Madrid E^ (hi — f) 35 

Waiting by the Hedges. F (e— g) 30 

When soft tlie Vesper Sparrow sings. F (e— g) 25 
Song Album for Soprano. Fourteen Favorite 
Scrags. (Edition Schmidt No. 16) . . . . u. L50 

Springtime In my Garden. Violet, come rejoice 
with me. The Leaf in the Book. Last niRbt a 
dream came to me. A stately pine ataods lonely. 
Happy Death. The Duet. Evening. Lay thy Check 
to mine The Water Lily. Cradle Song. In 
April, Sunday. 

Song Album for "Contralto. Fifteen Favorite 
Songs. (Edition Schmidt No. 18) . 

'T was in the charming Month of May. In Dreame 
1 saw a desert Heath Wanderer's Song The 
Sailor's Ave Maria. On the Water. Evening. 
Thourt like a lovely Flower. At early Morning. 
There was an aged Monarch. Far on the Coast 
of Scotland. The Chapel. The little Sandman, 
Heralds ot Spring, See'Bt thou the Sear O sweet 
and wondrous Mysterv 

Persian Serenade. Tenor or Sop. F (d— g) . 
Slowly by God's Hand Unfurled. (Sacred). Alto 

or Bar A > u— e >) 

Bedouin Love Song. Ten. E min. (p — a) . . 

— — Bar. C min. (b — e) 

Aunabel Lee. Ten. Br (d— fl 

Bar F (a-— c) . 



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The Fairy Wedding. "'Twas the middle of the 

night". .41to or Baritone. A? ^d•' — e ■) . . 

Sun of my Soul. (Sacred). Contralto. Di(bj — d,') 

The Lilac Tree. D (d— d) 

It seems to me. Sop. or Ten. F (e— g) . . 

Alto or Bar. D (cS — e) 

Free Lances. Cavalier's Song. Ten. B) (c — gi 
Bar. F (g-d) 

Vocal Duets. 

The Land of Peace. Sop. and Alto. D!> . . 
Hail to the Monarch (Christmas). Sop. and 

Alto. Di 

Come, May, with all thy flowers. Sop. and Alto. G 
Still with Thee, my God. Sop. and Alto. E / 

Part Songs. Sacred. 

a.) Ladies' Voices. 

Blossom Time (Trio) 

The River of Rest (Trio) 

Vesper Song iTrio) 

The Night hath a thousand eyes 

When green leaves come again (Quartet) . 



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The Sands 0' Dee (Quartet) 10 

b) Mixed Voices. 

Beyond the Smiling. Response 10 

Te Deum in B !> 20 

Christ our Passover. (Easter.) 16 

The Lord is King 16 

Like as a Father 12 

Lift up your beads 12 

As pants the Hart 8 

Be still and know that I am God 8 

Shout the Glad Tidings (Christmas) 12 

Hail to the Monarch 12 

Jesu, thou art Standing 10 

Cantate Domino, in D 12 

Bonum Est, in B ? 10 

Venite exultemus, in B;' 12 

Due thing have 1 desired 12 

Sentences and Responses 40 

David. Sacred dramatic Cantata 80 

Come, let us sing (Venite) 16 

How beautiful on the Mountain 16 

1 will arise and go to ray Father 12 

Out of the Depths 16 

Jubilate Deo in D p 16 

My Soul longeth 16 

O taste and see 16 

Hear, o Lord 16 

Come unto me 12 

It came upon the Midnight clear. (Christinas) 12 

Rejoice greatly 12 

I'm a Pilgrim, I'm a stranger 10 

Jubilate Deo in E' 12 

Festival* Te Deum in D min 20 

The Land beyond the Sea 10 

Jerusalem the Golden 10 

Nearer, ray God, to Thee 10 

Break forth into Joy fEasteri 1** 

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Suide me, © thou G-reat lehouah ! Baritone and Soprano Solos and Quartette. iO 

Srlaria 3fatn. InD. Soprano Solo and Quartette. 40 

&laria in Hxcelsis. in b/a - - 80 

Jubilate. in C. Two Duos and Quartette. 78 

BenedictUS. in E^. Solo, Soprano or Tenor, and Quartette. 80 

Mtxi J.sbamed at 8hrist. Contralto Solo. 40 

Santate Bummo. in C. Soprano and Tenor Solos and Quartette. - - - 88 

IfitTjing: Sauinur, Laab with Blessing. Soprano and Tenor Solos and Quartette, 40 
Baaum est, in D. Soprano Solo and Quartette. --------60 

Beaedic (^uima mea. in D. Soprano and Tenor Solos and Quartette. - - 60 

Mn Shaage af Time. in G. Solo, Duo, Trio and Quartette. ----- 80 

BaUT Bawn Thine Ear, ® Lard ! in A^ maj. Trio, Sop., Contralto and Bass. 60 




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Alden, John Carver Upon a Meadow All Alone. ( The Violet.) High voice in C 

do When I Wander in the Evening. (^Sirenade.') .... Medium voice in E 

Ambrose, Paul In the Thornbush. (/« dem Dom-busch.') Op. 12, No, 2. . . Medium voice in G 

Andrews, Addison F. O For a Day in Spring High voice in ES> 

do Song of the Heart. ......... High voice in F 

Bartlett, Homer N. An Autumn Song. Op. 121. Low voice in El> 

do Sweetheart, Sigh No More. ........ Medium voice in C 

do The Wind is Awake High voice in Db. Medium voice in lib 

Bartlett, J. C. A Dream. H's^h voice in Ab- Med. voice in F. Med. voice in E. Low voice in Db 

do Come to Me, Sweetheart. ..... High voice in F. Low voice in D 

do Winona. ....... High voice in Eb- Medium voice in C 

Boott, F. Lethe Medium voice in L) 

Brackett, Frank H. Proposal. High voice in E. Medium voice in C 

Buck, Dudley In thy Dreams Op. 67, No. 2. . . . High voice in lib. Medium voice in G 

do When the Heart is Young. Op. 67, No. 5. High voice in Eb. Med. voice in C. Low voice in B, 

Bullard, Frederic Field Beam From Yonder Star. High voice in Bb- Medium voice in G. Low voice in E;* 

do The Indifferent Mariner. ........ Bass voice in E? 

Chadwick, Geo. W. Across the Hills Medium voice in Bb 

do Good Night. ....... Medium voice in C. Low vt)ice in Ab 

do So Far Away. ......... Low voice in A minor 

Chapman, Wm. R. This Would I Do. High voice in G. Medium voice in Eb 

Cole, Rosseter Q. Auf Wiedersehen. 0|) 12, No. 2. Medium voice in Eb 

do Longing. Op. 12, No I. High voice in G 

Dana, C Henshaw Among the Lilies. ..... High voice in Ab. Medium voice in F 

do The Lilies, Clustered Fair and Tall High voice in Db 

DeKoven, Reginald Cradle Song High voice in G. Low voice in E 

Dressier, Louis R. Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes. . . High voice in F. Medium voice in D 

do Serenade. ........ High voice in G. Low voice in D 

Dulcken, Ferdinand Q. I'm Dreaming, Loved Visions are Nigh. ..... Low voice in G 

Dunkley, Ferdinand O Moonlight Deep and Tender. . High voice in C. Medium voice in A 

Farwell, Arthur Silenced are My Songs. Medium voice in F 

do Strow Poppy Buds High voice in C. Medium voice in A 

Fisher, William Arms Softly in a Dream. Op. y, No. 3. . . . Medium voice in F. Low voice in Eb 

do Tell Me So. Op. 9, No. I Medium voice in G. Low voice in F 

do Under the Rose. Op. 8, No, 4 High voice in F. Low voice in L) 

Qilchrist, W. W. Gone Before. (Bali.^d.) High voice in U 

do Where WouldlBe. i^-i Sen Song. )...... Low voice in I ) 

Qottschalk, Louis Moreau O Loving Heart, Trust On. High voice in F. Medium voice in E. Low voice in D 

do Slumber On, Baby Dear. (Za Ninnarflla.) .... Medium voice in Y 

Hadley, Henry K. Love's Calendar. Op. 15, No. 2 High voice in G 

do The Garden Old. f Violin OliMigii/o.) Op. 19, No. 2. . . . High voice in F 

do What the Flowers Say. Op. lu, Nu. I. . Hi^h voice in F. Medium voice in D 

Harris, Victor Just as it Used to Do .... High voice in C. Medium voice in A 

Hopekirk, Helen Bonnie wee thing, Cannie wee thing. Medium voice in E 

do Highland Baloo. .......... High voice in (i 

do Can ye Sew Cushions? ........ Medium voice in G 

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G. SCHIBMEB, (^'""iTEn * scBiBXEii^ 701 Broadway, New York. 



No. 



FOR ONE AND TWO VOICES. 

Bach, Jobann Seb., My heart ever faithful (My glailbig 

Herz). Soprano or Mezzo-Sop., 

Banck, Carl, Three sacied Quartetts or Soprano Solos. 

(See Quartetts.) 

Campana, F., Dal profondo dell'oblio. (From the depths). 

Prayer for Contralto. Ital. and Eng. 

Oordigiani) O sanctissima Vergine. (Prayer to the Virgin), 

llodgcs, Faustina llasse. Cloister Memories. 

Itcatitudes. 

Blessed are the poor in spirit. Mez.-Soj). solo, 
Blessed are they that mourn. Contralto, 
Blessed are the meek. Duet, two Sopranos. - 
Blessed are they that do hunger and thirst. Con'to 
Blessed are the merciful. Soprano, 
Jackson, Sam'l, " Teach me, OLord." Sop. Solo, with Quar- 
tett ad libit., adapted and arr'd from Mendelssohn's 

" O quam suavis," 

KinfT, W. A., Ave Maria. (English.) Soprano, 

Lord, Ohas. W,, Vesper Hymn, 

Luzzi, L., Ave Maria. Ital. and Eng. 
Iflf rcadante, Salve Maria. Ital. and Eng. Sop. or Mezzo-Sop. 
niillard. II., Ave Maria. Latin .and English. Mezzo-Sop., 
Millet, E., With cheerful notes. Duet, Soprano and Tenor, 

or two Sopranos, 

Meekly may my soul receive. Duet, Mezzo-Soprano and 

Baritone, 
Adored forever. (Beatam te dicent.) Duet, two So- 
pranos, or Sopr.ano and Mezzo-Soprano, 

Awake up, my glory, (Quae te, Christe). Offertory for 

Soprano and Contralto, or two Sopranos, 
niosentbal, Josepb, I will magnify thee, O Lord ! Duet, 

two Sopranos, 
Proch, H., Ave Maria Stella. Soprano Solo. (Latin and Eng.) 
Rinck, I'bs., Sabbath Eve. 12 devotional sonars for 2 

voices. Bk. I and II, each, 
Speranza, D., The hour of Prayer. Mezzo-Soprano, - 

A Hymn of . Thanksgiving. Mezzo-Soprano, 

Stradella, O Lord, have mercy. (Pieta Signore.) C minor, 
Torrcnte, G. Show me thy ways, O Lord! Ant'm for Sop. in G 

" " " Mezzo-Sopr,ano in F, 

Vilanova, R., Ave Mari.a. Soprano. Latin, 

Wood, Alb. U., A Psalm of Life. Words by Longfellow. Sop. 

FOR THREE AND FOUR VOICES. 
Banckt Carl, Three sacred Quartetts or Soprano Solos. 

No. 1, Dawn, 
No. 2, The Morning Star, 
No. 3, The Cloudless, 

do Complete in one, ] 

Bassford, W. K., Te Deum. E flat, ... ] 

Buck, Dudley., Episcopal Church Music. For Quartett or 

Chorus Choir. 

Morning Service, Op. 25, No. 1, Venite, 

" 2, Te Deum, - ] 

" 3, Bcnedictus, 
" 4, Jubilate Deo, 

Evening Service, Op. 31, No. 1, Gloria in Excelsis, 

" 2, Bonum est, 

" 3, Deus misereatur, 

" 4, Cantate Domino, 

Christ our Passover. Easter Anthem, 

There were Shepherds. Christmas Anthem, ) 

Hark 1 what mean those holy voices. " Hymn, j 

Darkly rose the guilty morning. Lenten Anthem, 

Special Hymns (in Anthem form) for Quart, or Chor. 

Choirs. 
The strain upraise AUelujia, - - 1 

(Harkl a thrilling voice is sounding. (Advent,) ) 
( Saviour source of ev'ry blessing, - ■ j 

Hail to the Lord's anointed. (Epiphany,) 
Day of wrath ! (Dies Irae,) 
Christ the Lord is risen. (Easter,) 
B. O holy, holy, holv Lord. (Trinity Sunday,) ) 

Y J Bread of the world in mercy broken, - j 

■ ( Jly faith looks up to thee, 
8. Come ye disconsolate, 
II j'^'*'*''*''' '"'"■'«n> Deus Misereatur. Anthem for 4 vcs., 1 
Hodges, Faiisriua H. "I heard a voice from Heaven." Quart. 
Jackson, Sam'l, "The Lord my pasture shall prepare," 
(Hymn 9,) for Sopr. Solo and Sopr. and Tenor, Duet 
with Quartett, from Guglieljio, .... 
Jesus, Saviour of mv Soul. (Hymn 143,) arr'd for Sop. 
and Tenor Solo, with Quartett, from Franz Abt, 
arise. (Sentence) from an "Agnus Dei, by 
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Saviour, source of every blessiuiT. (Hxnnn 1r"> owVI 

for Sop and. Ten. Duel, with A^to LH^ss S ,o "m 
Quartett, from Franz Abt, - - . . 

Bened ictus. E flat, - -..'.' 

Gloria in Excelsis. Chant in D, 

Lord for ever at thy side. (Selection of Psalms 105,) 

arranged for 4 voices. Melody by Abt 

Inspirerand Hearer of Prayer. (Hymn 173.)" Sop'. 

„ -incl Tenor Solo with Duet and Quartett, 

As pants the wearied hart for cooling sprino-s " 

(Select. 37.) Soprano and Tenor Solo with Duett and 
Quartett, from Robt. Franz, - . . . 

" Teach me, O Lord." Sop. .Solo with Quartett ad libit., 

adapted and arr'd from Mendelssohn's "Oquam suavis," 

Thanksgiving Anthem, " Great God ! we come with 

grateful heart !" Pour voices, 

Sun of my soul." (Hymn 268, L. M.,^ Sacred Quar- 

tett, arranged from an Ancient Melody, 

Deus misereatur, in E flat. Four voices, 

" Lord, with glowing heait." (Hymn 150.) Sop. or 

Tenor Solo, with Quartett, from Mendelssohn, 

"Saviour breathe an evening blessing." Openino- 

piece, arr'd from Mendelssohn. For Sop. Solo and Q'?, 

" Hiirk a thrilling voice is sounding." (Advent Hymn' 

218.) Arranged forSop. and Tenor Solo, with Quar- 
tett, fi-om Mozart, - . ... 

"Jesus Christ is risen to-day." (Easter Hymn, 233.) 

Arr'd for Sop and Ten. Solo, with Quart'e, from Mozart 

Griind Te Deum, in A. Four voices, 

Jubilate Deo, in F. " . . 

Jubilate Deo. in E flat, 

Jubilate Deo, in D. " - . 

Benedictus, in F. " . . . 

Gloria in Excelsis, in C. "... 

Gloria in Excelsis, in A"" Chant. (Separate voice parts), 

Gloria Patri in F. Arr'd from Girschner, 

Gloria Patri in F, arranged fi-om Hesse, 

Gloi-ia Patri in G. Four voices, ... 

— — Gloria Patri, in B flat, arr'd from Dr. John Smith. 4 vcs. 
King, W. A., Six sacred Quartettes, ... 
Kotzschmar, H., Te Deum in F, ... . ] 

Millet, E., Ye fields of Light. Trio, Sop. Contralto and Biiss, 
Morgan, Jobn P., Te Deum Laudamus. Solo and Quartett, 
or Chorus. (Separate chorus parts printed,) 
Paine, Jobn K., Mass in D. 4 voices, with Piano or Organ 
accomp. (Separate Chorus Parts.) 
Rivarde, P. A., Softly now the light of day. Soprano or 

Tenor Solo with Quartett, 
Scbilling, Fred., Jubilate Deo. Li C. For 4 voices, 
Walter, W. H., Out of the deep. Anthem for Ten. and 

Sop., with full Choir, 

O, how amiable. Quartett, .... 

Warren, S. P., (of Grace Church,) Hymns adapted and 
arranged for Quartett Choir. 
Hark ! what mean those holy voices, (Christmas 
Hymn,) from Schumann. (Also text "Saviour 
source of ev'ry blessing,'' to the same music,) 
There is a fountain filled with blood, from Smart, 
Sun of my soul tliou Saviour dear, Schumann, 
How sweet the name of Jesus sounds, Husett, 
Asleep in Jesus, S. P. Warren, 



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Buck, Dudley, 18 Studies in Pedal Phrasing for the Organ. 

Parts I and H, each, 

Grand Sonata in E flat, ... . - 

Concert Variations on "Star Spangled Banner." Op. 23, 

Triumphal March. Op. 26, - - - 

Impromptu Pastorale. Op. 27, 

• Rondo-Caprice. Op. 35, - ■ ' 

Ouverture to William Tell. (Rossini.) Op. 37, 

Andante from Beethoven's Sonata. Op. 28. (Iran- 

scription,) op. 38, 

Ouverture to Stradella, (Flotow.) Transcription op. 39 

Two Transcriptions from Schumann's Pictures from 

^ the Orient. Op. 40, 

Jackson, Sam'l, Twelve Voluntaries, Yp' I and II, each, 

Mendelssobn, Wedding March, from " Midsummer-night s 

Dream," arranged by Sam'l Jackson, 

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C A T A H. O O TJ E N TT IMC 13 E R T H li E E . 

CHOICE (LilVlLOG^ 

Published by OLIVER DITSON & CO., Boston, Mass. 



-All the pieces In the Catftiogues numbered 1, 2, 3, and 4, haye an established reputation, and consequently any person orderiog from these lista will bo eure of getting Taking 
and Popular pieces. Any of the numbers of these Catalogues can be had on application 



Abbrbtiations. — Pieces and soagit are numbered from I to 
7. Rccordiug to difBculty. The easiest pieces, for beginners, 
like m.any by Bi;ll'ik, aro marked 1. Common Marches, Quick* 
Btep'i, IViiltzes, &c., ure 2. More diffliiult dince music, like 
most of thatof 3tniu-<3, nod sui^li mjirclips aa the March from 
B'nu^t, lire 3. I'ieces about as difficult a'f "The Maiden's 
Prayer" lire 4; sotnewhiit more Jlfflcuit pieces are 5; such 
ones asThalberg's "3ffeet Ilotne" (tra 6, and the more difficult 
pieces of Chopin, Liszt, Thalberg, &c^ are 7. 

A capittil lett«r ruarM the key, as, B, C sharp, D&, &0. A 
email Homati letter mni'k.t the highest note (of a rocal piece], 
if OQ tbu aUQ, but un linlic letter is used, if the DOt« is above 
the staff. Cti. means that th;; soug has a Chorus. 



Instrumental. 



COMPOSITIONS 0§ Q. W. WAKBEN. 

Sonf,^ of the Rolnn. Romance. 4. F 60 

Bobolink Polka. 4. B6 50 

Hurry's Mu^ic Box. 2. A 40 

Three chanctoristic pieces, ehowiui; the strength 
and hrtlhauoy that belong to this composer. The 
la^t one i^ a charming les-son for a child learner, and 
hae a pretty picture of Mr. Warren's little Harry oa 
thtJ title. 



COMPOSITIONS OFH.A.WOLLENHAUPT. 

Kvei- of thuc. Transcription. 5. A6 60 

Mvieor Griiiid G^iIop. 5. A6 75 

Ricii Aud tasteful pieces, wtiich will well reward 
their study. 



COMPOSITIONS OF L. M. GOTTSCHALK. 

SciniillA. M.izurka Sentimentalo. 5. Ei . ... 75 

Maiden's Blush. Grand Concert Waltz. 5. E6. 60 

La Gurtnelia. Caprice. 6. G 40 

Forest Glaiie. I'olka Brilliant. 5. E6 60 

The Dyin;? Poet. MeditatloQ. 5. E6 60 

Love and Chivalry. Caprice. 5. E6 75 

Orfa. Grand Polka. 5. Aft 60 

The Water Sprite. Polka de Salon. 5. E. . 1.00 

A brillinot arr-iy of pieces combining power with 
lightne^H nnd grace. As they are not of the most dif- 
flculL grade, a great many of the admirers of Gott6- 
chadkwill be able to perform them. 



A FE'W VERY POPULAR PIECES. 

Cherry Ripe Scliotlischo. 3. F J. Manck. 50 

Beautiful Vignette Title, end fine Schottisch. 
Saratoga Schottisch. 2. F J. Manck. 35 

spirited. View in Saratoga on title. 
Holiday Schottisch. 2. B& S. C. Foster. 30 

Very pretty. 
The Third Calesthenic Rondo, 2, F. . . W. Iiicho. 35 

A famous Instructive piece, pretty and useful. 
Tell me. Darlin::. Quickstep, 3, F...Dr. 0,dwm/. 35 

(iood init.'-elf, and founded on a song that has made 
a "quick-stfp" to popularity. 
Dreams of the Past. Nocturne, 2, F Turner. S5 

Very pleasing, and no easy as to be proper for the 
youDg stuUeoUt' first nocturne. 

American Medley, 2, C and G C. Grobe. 75 

Contains the airs "Stir Spangled Banner," "Rod, 
White aud Blue," " Uajl Columbia," " Washlngtou's 
March." and " Yankee Doodle,"' and beloogs to a col- 
lection of Patriotic piec&>, called 

•'Muaioof the Unioil,** all of which have a 
colored Vignttte title. 

Fairy Wednins Waltz. 2, C J. W. Turner. 35 

One of the very prettiest cod easiest of show pieces. 
Very popular. 

Pickwick Giilop, 2, G. . . ; G. W. Turner. 40 

Litliograph Portrait of DlcketiB, on the title. Good 
Music. 

Mos<y Dell Wnltz. 3. C J. W. Turner. 40 

Nice Lithogniph, View of "Mossy Dell." Muaic In 
good t.ist«. Uood octave practice 

Northern Penrl. No-turne. 3, E 6 Cloi/. 40 

Fine Lithograph title, and beautiful muslo. Erery- 
body likes it. 

Sunrise Mazurka, (LeLeTerdu Soleil). 4. A. 

J. N. Pattison. 60 
Very fptrlted and bright. 

March des Am.izones, 6. E 6 T. M. Wehli. 100 

A powerful aud showy concert piece. 

Grande Duchesse of Gerolstein, In 3 Noa. 3. 

G. Mack. each. 75 
Each number contains five or six of the best ala la 
this fjiTorlte opera. 

La Gnnde Duche«e, Books 1 and 2. 3. Weh. ea. 75 
Eich book coQtttiuj about half the most stiiUog airg, 
flady armnged. 



FAVOBITE SETS OF PIECES. 

BY BELLAS. 

Dew Drops for the Piano Each 20 cents. 



1 Ellen and Annie, Schot. 

2 Filledu Keg Quickstep 

3 Musket Galop- 

4 Boheoiiao Girl Waltz. 

5 SoDtag Waltz. 

6 Marco Spada Schottisch. 

7 Sea Breeze Folka. 

8 CrowD of Diamonds Qalop. 

9 Jewel Schottisch. 

10 Bellsario Waltz. 

11 Farewell my Home Walta. 

12 Martha Quickstep. 

13 Rocking Chair Polka. 

14 Lucretia Borgia Waltz. 

15 Festal Waltz. 



16 Dieu et La Bayadere Qalop. 

17 Coaxing Polka. 

18 Colonello Waltz. 

19 Favorite Irish Walts. 

20 Fra Diavola Quickstep. 

21 Procession March. 

22 Linda Galop. 

23 Shells of Ocean Walti. 
2-1 Pre aux Clt*rcs Q. step. 

25 Joyful Waltz. 

26 Flower Garden Schottisch. 

27 Cradle Polku. 

28 Good Old-Fashioned Polka. 

29 Little Darling Schottisch. 



Spare Moments Each 20 cents. 

1 Rubezuhl Oalop. 20 The Harp that once thro' 

2 Dolly Brown Waltz. Tata's IIhIIs 

3 Glover's Ballad " 21 Dim home Bell Galop. 

4 I Due Foscari. 22 Duncan Gray Polka, 
6 My Good Old Darkey Home 23 Ingle Side Quickstep. 



Polka, 

6 London Schottisch. 

7 II Trovatore. 

8 Natalie Waltz. 

9 Vienna Penny Polka. 

10 RAtaplao Quickstep. 

11 Camilla Waltz. 
13 Castle of Flowers Polka. 

13 Gentle Annie Polka. 

14 Bohemian Chant Walts. 

15 Vive le Iloi " 
li5 Kiss me Quick Polka. 
17 Warrior Bard March. 
13 All for tlie Best Waltz, 
19 My own Native Land Sch. 

The PiANtsra 

1 Peri Waltz. 

2 Slap Bang Polka. 

3 Her Bright Smile. 

4 L'Elegance Polka. 
6 Juanita Mazurka. 

6 Caprii-p Militaire. 

7 Leup Yetr Waltz. 

8 Call me Thine Own. 

9 March of the Victor. 

10 Guards Waltz 

1 1 Joys that we "ve Tasted. 

12 Aiipeu Aroon Polka, 



24 Hours There Were. Varia- 
tions. 

25 Maz. elegante, Wely. 

26 Stilly Night Polka. 

27 Sunny Hours of Childhood 
Waltz. 

28 Dreims of the Past Polka. 

29 Bonny Boat Schottisch. 

80 Spare Momenta Polka Maz. 

81 Clochettes Waltz. 
32 Cauliflower 
83 Courtesy Polka. 
34 Sounds from Home, Gungl 
3)3 Dav.i of Absence Waltz. 
36 William Schottisch. 

WuE.vTH V.wh 20 cents. 

14 KrolPs Ballklanpe Waltz. 

16 How can I lenve Thee Mar'. 
1(3 Wreath Mazurka. 

17 Grand March Triumpbale. 

18 Drummer Hoy. 

19 Blossom Waltz. 

20 Thou art so Near. Maz. 

21 Flower Qalop. 

22 Kiss Waltz. 

23 Maryland Polka. 

24 Hiirk! I hear an Angel Slog 
Waltz 



13 Boonie Red, White and Blue Quick;^tep. 

Now AND Then Each 30 cents. 



1 Hyacinth Schottisch. 

2 Trab trab Galop. 

3 Mountain Echo Polka. 

4 Ko-^ette Polka. 

5 Chime again. 

G Young Recruit Quickstep. 

7 Sardinian Waltz. 

8 Masked Ball Maz. 

9 Smiles and Toara. 

10 DumbartODS Polka. 

11 Warblingrt at Eve. 

12 Aria Alia Scozze&e. 



13 Red, White and Blue M'ch. 

14 Lombnrdi March. 

1.5 Bnftleof Prague March. 

16 Joy, Joy, Freedom To-day. 

17 Now and Then Polka. 

18 Caskft Redowa. 

19 Le Torrent Waltz. 

20 0, Whistle my Lad Q. step. 

21 Hail to Thee, Liberty. 

22 Pony Galop. 

23 I'd be ft Star. 

24 Verdi Cotillon. 



The above four bhIs include more than a hundred 
carefully Xirepared, easy instructive pieces, nearly all 
of which may he marked a-s 1, in point of diffirulty, 
and none would be marked more than 2. They are 
in easy keys, very generally in C or G, varying to For 
D in the course of the ple^e. All are fingered, and 
• each one introduces a popular air. 

BY GEO. A. BUSSELL. 
Popular Echoes Each 20 cents. 

1 Wildfaug Galop. 12 Come into theGardenMaud 

2 Mazurka from Dr. Of Alcan- March. 

tara. 13 II Bacio, Kiss Waltz. 

3 Five o'clock, Tremolo, var. 14 Slumber Polka. 



L5 Musidora Polka Maz. 

16 Crispino Galop. 

17 Minnie's '' 

18 Fra Diuvolo. 

19 Polka Gulop, from Don Se- 

ba-stian. 

20 L'Africaine Polka Elegant. 



4 I would I were a bird. 

5 Mabel Waltz, No. 1. 
G " " " 2. 

7 lUinbow Schottisch. 

8 Uol la's Polka. 

9 Guard's Waltz, No. 1. 

10 " " " 2. 

11 Meet meat the Lane Sch 

The above are of about the dame grade as the pieces 
by Bellak, are carefully fingered, andare excellent for 
beginners. 

BY O. EVEREST. 

The Pupils' Folio Each 20 cents. 

1 Her Bright Smile Haunta 13 PirateoChoruu.Enchantress. 
me Still 14 Lucretia Bor«ia Waltz. 

3 BoItTO, Sii-llian Vespers. IS Anuie Liile, 

8 Do they Think of me at Hi IlMos-and G''ctchen Polka. 

Home? IV Hunter's The- Frei,'^ch'utz. 

4 Chorus of Servants. 18 II Balen, Trovatore. 

5 Darner of Serilla Waltl. 19 Air from Traviata. 

6 Warblings at Eve. 20 Serenade, Don Pasquale. 

7 Glorv Hallelujah. 21 Angel of Light. FavoriU. 

8 The Captain 22 Swlfzer's Farewell. 

9 Shadow Song, Dlnorah. 23 In tears I pine for Thee. 

10 Reaper's Polka, 24 When the Swalloffs Uoma- 

11 Red, White and Blue. ward Fly. 

12 Ea Avant March. 2r) Grand March from Faust. 

Sioiilat to the preceding ; excellent Instructive 
ple«et. 



7 Fi-cv.schutz. 

8 Wii'liamTell. 

9 Nabucadonosar. 
10 Charles 6th. 



BY C. KINKEL. 
Crystal Gems. Each 30 centa. 

1 Fairy Footsteps, Waltz. 13 Fairy Tale Polka. 

2 Snowfltike Polka, 14 Sunbeam Scholtische. 

3 CbarmingSchottisohe. 15 Whlilwiod Galop. 

4 Romping Oalop Ifj Leup-Vear Quickstep. 

[J Silver Slur Quickstep. 17 Whispering Love Mazurka. 

6 Fairv M^aurka. 18 Tambour March. 

7 Soldier Boy's March. 19 Belgravia Waltz, 

8 Mabel Waltz. 20 Silver Shovrer Polka. 

9 Sweet Kip.i, Polka. 21 My Darling, Scholtische. 

10 Ro«y Cheeks,Schottiflche. 22 First lmprcs.iion Waits. 

11 Runaway Galop. 23 Fast Boy,'< Galop, 

12 Hilda Waltz. 24 Cornflower Waltz, 

Mr Kmkel infuses a peculiar brilliancy into bis 
pieces, which are easi', andcarefully prepared for JKar- 
Dcrn. Most of them may be ranked among the easier 
pieces of the 2d degree of difficulty 

BY J. BLUMTAL. 
Buds from the Opeka, 

1 Martha. 21 Zauipa. 

2 Bohemian Girl, 22 La Muette de Porticl. 

3 Don Pasquale. 23 II Trovatore. 

4 Crown Diamonds. 24 Rigoletto. 

6 Lucia di Lnmmermoor. 2.'> Fra Diavolo. 

6 Locrezia BoruiH- 2ii Maritaua. 

7 La Fillo du Regiment. 27 Cinderella. 

8 La Favorita. 2H Caliph of Bagdad. 

9 Ernani. 29 1-e Dieu et la Bayadere. 

10 SomDambulfl. 30 La Traviata. 

11 Linda di Chamounix. 31 Lfh Huguenots. 

12 Moutecchi e Capulottl. 82 ILonibardi. 

13 BeliRario. 83 Un Balloen Maschera. 

14 L'Elisire d'Amore. 84 Li Pardon de Ploermel. 
l.'i Norma. 3-J I.*s Vepres Sicilienes. 
IG I Puritani, 86 II Oiuraiuento. 

17 William Tell. 87 Don Giovanni. 

18 Mos.-s in Kgvpt. S8 Robert le Diable. 

19 La Dame Blanche. 39 1 Martiri. 

20 Anna Boleiifi 4'l 'iUpc Flute. 

Ea«y urrariupmentof airs from 40 operas, and of 
about the 2d degree of difficulty. 

BY BADMBACH. 

Chaplet of Pearls Each 20 cents. 

1 Martha. 

2 Sicilian Ve.-iperc 

3 Gipsey's Warning. 

4 Vaillance Polka. 

5 !/>mbaTdi. 11 LouaaMilU-i 

6 L'Eli«ire. 12 Amateur IValtz. 

Mr. Baumbach's refined taate slioivs its<-!f plainly In 
tbe.se8impleairs,whichinaybumarked2 fordiOlculty. 

Cliildren's Toys Each 20 cents. 

1 Harmonica. 7 Drum. 

2 Jews Harp. 8 Battle. 

3 Shuttle-cock. 9 Harlequin. 

4 Top 10 Doll. 

5 Fife. 11 Bat. 

6 Kockiog Horse. 12 Fool-ball. 

or about the 2d degree of dilTiculty. and. as the ti- 
tles indicate, composed to ple^iso tho children. 

BY E. MACK. 
Monthly Amdsementb Each 40 cents, 

1 jTtmiary March, Key of C. 7 July Barcarolle Key of K*. 

2 February Waltz " •' G. 8 August Polka " " D*. 

3 Mnrch Oalop " " D. 9 September Var^oviana. Aft. 

4 April Iledowa " ''A. 10 October Schott , F sliarp. 
6 May Polka " " E. H Nov-mbcr Qulckslep. B4. 
6 June Itevcrie " " B. 12 Diceniber Mazurka, F. 

Mostly 2d degree of difficulty, have illustrated title 
pages, and form a fine instructive eet 

In the above lists, a (eucher may fiml all that is 
needed for the "amuhements" of a pupil during the 
first months of practice. All are arranged by able 
hand'-.directlY for teachers and pupilf, and these num- 
bern will form a-'golden catalogue ' for sorely puzzled 
Instructers. at a distance from cities, to whom the se. 
lection of easy pieces has always been one of the tnals 
of the profession. 

CHARLES WELS* FOTPOUHIS FEOM 
FAVORITE OPERAS. each 76 

1 Grand Duchesse. 9 La Traviata. 

2 BarI.e-Bleue. 10 Marrln. 

3 n Trovatore. H La Norma. 

4 Lucretia Bnrgla. 12 Fidelto. 

6 La Dame Blanche. i^ Fra Diavolo. 

6 Lucia di Ltmmermoor. 14 Faust 

7 Don Glovaniii. 15 Krnani. 

5 La.*:omnambula. 16 ' ?""^'*"';ft.vorite op- 

The above constitute quite a library orftvorite op 

eramelodies, and are about of the third degree or 

ficulty. 
FAVORITE PIECBrPKOM "LA. BELLE 
HELBNE" gjj 

Schottisch 30 

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■. 30 

50 

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